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Configuration and Operation Manual for the
Rosslare
Integration Module
Version 1.0
Moscow, 2011
Contents
CONTENTS ................................................................................................................................................ 2
1
LIST OF TERMS ............................................................................................................................... 3
2
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................. 4
2.1
Purpose of document ............................................................................................................................ 4
2.2
Structure and functionality of ACS in Intellect software package .......................................................... 4
2.3
General information about Rosslare ACS integration module ............................................................... 4
3
CONFIGURATION OF ROSSLARE INTEGRATION MODULE ............................................... 5
3.1
Procedure for configuring of Rosslare integration module .................................................................... 5
3.2
Activation of Rosslare integration module ............................................................................................ 5
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
Configuration of Rosslare connection with Intellect Server ................................................................... 5
Configuration of Rosslare connection through COM–port .......................................................................... 6
Configuration of Rosslare connection through TCP/IP ................................................................................ 7
3.4
Configuration of Rosslare controller...................................................................................................... 7
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
3.5.4
3.5.5
Configuration of Rosslare access points ................................................................................................ 9
Configuration of entrances .......................................................................................................................... 9
Configuration of exits ................................................................................................................................. 10
Configuration of doors ............................................................................................................................... 12
Configuration of readers ............................................................................................................................ 14
Configuration of events connection........................................................................................................... 16
3.6
Configuration of siren ......................................................................................................................... 17
3.7
Configuration of user settings ............................................................................................................. 19
3.8
Data recording to Rosslare devices...................................................................................................... 20
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OPERATION OF THE ROSSLARE INTEGRATION MODULE ..............................................22
4.1
General information on operation of the Rosslare module ................................................................. 22
4.2
Control over door ................................................................................................................................ 22
4.3
Control over Rosslare entrances .......................................................................................................... 22
4.4
Control over Rosslare exits .................................................................................................................. 22
4.5
Control over Rosslare siren ................................................................................................................. 23
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1 List of terms
Access control system (ACS) is a hardware-software complex for carrying out access control functions.
Rosslare ACS integrated system is a system that is a software-hardware union. The system aims at
solving security problems on all sorts of objects.
Configuration is a set of configurations for equipment connected to AC−215 controller. It is also а a set
of configurations for user lists, time zones and access levels.
Intellect server is a computer with installed Server configuration of Intellect software package.
Controller is an electronic device for control over access points.
Readers are electronic devices for keyboard inputting the stored code or for reading code information
from system keys (identifiers).
Access point is a place where there is access control. Access point can be performed by the door,
turnstile, gates, barrier that are equipped by reader, electromechanical lock and other means of access
control.
Access time is time that is for passing through the access point in a normal mode of operation. After a
lapse of this time the access point is automatically blocked.
Anti-passback is a control over access order (protection from repeated use of identifier to pass in one
direction).
PIN−code is an additional user identifier that is keyboard input.
Keyboard is a device used for remote control over controller zones.
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2 Introduction
2.1 Purpose of document
Configuration and operation manual for the Rosslare integration module is an informational reference
manual intended for use by configuration specialists and operators of the Rosslare module. This module
is a part of the access control system (ACS) implemented with the Intellect software package.
This Guide contains the following materials:
1. general information on the Rosslare ACS integration module;
2. configuration of the Rosslare ACS integration module;
3. operation of the Rosslare ACS integration module.
2.2 Structure and functionality of ACS in Intellect software package
Integration modules of ACS equipment implement the following functions:
1. Configure interaction between Intellect software package and ACS equipment;
Note. ACS of third-party manufacturer is used as equipment.
2. process of information that comes from readers , electromechanical locks and other access
control devices;
3. manage executive devices such as devices for blocking and unlocking doors and gates.
2.3 General information about Rosslare ACS integration module
Rosslare integration module is a component of ACS that is carried out on the basis of Intellect software
package. It is for realization of the following functions:
1. Rosslare ACS configuration (Rosslare LLC is a vendor);
2. providing interaction between Rosslare ACS and Intellect (monitoring, control).
Note. For more information on Rosslare ACS refer to the official documentation on this system.
Before configuration of Rosslare ACS integration module do the following:
1. Install Rosslare ACS hardware on the guarded object (see the reference documentation on
Rosslare ACS).
2. Connect Rosslare ACS to the Server.
3. Install the drivers on the Server in order to connect to Rosslare ACS (are available on the
vendor’s website).
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3 Configuration of Rosslare integration module
3.1 Procedure for configuring of Rosslare integration module
Rosslare ACS integration module is configured through the following steps:
1.
2.
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5.
Activation of Rosslare integration module;
Configuration of Rosslare connection to the Server of Intellect software package;
Configuration of Rosslare controller;
Configuration of Rosslare access point;
Configuration of Rosslare siren.
3.2 Activation of Rosslare integration module
In order to activate Rosslare integration module it’s necessary to create the Rosslare object on the basis
of the Computer object on the Hardware tab of the System settings dialog box (Figure 3.2-1).
Figure 3.2-1 The Rosslare object
Activation of Rosslare integration module is complete.
3.3 Configuration of Rosslare connection with Intellect Server
Configuration of Rosslare connection to Intellect software package is performed through the Connection
object that is created on the Hardware tab of the System settings dialog box (Figure 3.3-1).
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Figure 3.3-1 The Connection object
There are two ways of Rosslare connection with Intellect Server:
1. Through COM–port;
2. Through TCP/IP.
3.3.1 Configuration of Rosslare connection through COM–port
To configurate Rosslare connection through COM–port do the following:
1. Go to the setting panel of the Connection object (Figure 3.3-2).
Figure 3.3-2 Setting panel of the Connection object
2. From the Connection type dropdown list select the connection through COM–port (Figure 3.3-2,
1).
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3. In the Period for re-connecting (min) field using up-down keys set the time (in minutes) during
which the attempts to re-connect with Intellect Server will be made (Figure 3.3-2, 2).
4. From the Suceccive port dropdown list select COM–port through which there will be the
connection with Intellect Server (Figure 3.3-2, 3).
5. From the Speed dropdown list select the speed of data exchange through COM–port (Figure
3.3-2, 4).
6. To save changes click Apply (Figure 3.3-2, 5).
Configuration of Rosslare connection through COM–port is completed.
3.3.2 Configuration of Rosslare connection through TCP/IP
To configurate Rosslare connection through TCP/IP do the following:
1. Go to the setting panel of the Connection object (Figure 3.3-3).
Figure 3.3-3 Setting panel of Rosslare connection through TCP/IP configuration
2. From the Connection type dropdown list select the connection through TCI/IP (Figure 3.3-3, 1).
3. In the Period for re-connecting (min) field using up-down keys set the time (in minutes) during
which the attempts to re-connect with Intellect Server will be made (Figure 3.3-3, 2).
4. In the IP-address field using up-down keys set the IP-address of Rosslare connection (Figure
3.3-3, 3).
5. In the Port field using up-down keys set the number of Rosslare connection port (Figure 3.3-3,
4).
6. To save changes click Apply (Figure 3.3-3, 5).
Configuration of Rosslare connection through TCP/IP is completed.
3.4 Configuration of Rosslare controller
In Intellect software package the АС−215 controller object corresponds to Rosslare controller. This
object is created on the basis of the Connection object on the Hardware tab of the System settings
dialog box (Figure 3.4-1).
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Figure 3.4-1 The АС−215 controller object
To configure АС−215 controller do the following:
1. Go to the setting panel of the АС−215 controller object (Figure 3.4-2).
Figure 3.4-2 Setting panel of the АС−215 controller object
2. From the Address dropdown list select the vacant controller address in the range from 1 to 32
(Figure 3.4-2, 1).
3. In the Period for re-connecting (min) field using up-down keys set the time (in minutes) during
which the attempts to re-connect with АС−215 controller will be made (Figure 3.4-2, 2).
4. From the Panel type dropdown list select type of the panel in use (Figure 3.4-2, 3).
5. From the On the door dropdown list select the number of readers on one door (Figure 3.4-2, 4).
6. From the Time zone dropdown list select time zone in order to control the double pass (Figure
3.4-2, 5).
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7.
From the Antipassback dropdown list select the control mode of double pass through the
readers (Figure 3.4-2, 6).
Table 3.4-1 Description of pass modes
Pass mode
Hard
Soft
Description
If pass procedure is violated when the double pass is controlled then user access is forbidden and
alarm is transmitted to the computer.
If pass procedure is violated when the double pass is controlled then user access is allowed and
alarm is transmitted to the computer.
8. In order to control the double pass set the checkboxes opposite corresponding readers (Figure
3.4-2, 7).
9. To save changes click Apply (Figure 3.4-2, 8).
Configuration of Rosslare controller is completed.
3.5 Configuration of Rosslare access points
Program models of the following devices are supported in Rosslare ACS:
1. Door with one-sided access control.
2. Door with double-sided access control.
For correct operation of ACS equipment it’s necessary to configure access points (door) and devices
belonging to them – readers, entrances, exits.
АС-215 controller can serve either one double-sided door or two doors with one-sided access control.
Note. One can create unlimited quantity of the Door objects, but only those that have an address will
function (Number parameter).
3.5.1 Configuration of entrances
Configuration of АС-215 controller entrances is performed on the setting panel of the Rosslare
entrance object. This object is created on the basis of the AC-215 controller object on the Hardware tab
of the System settings dialog box (Figure 3.5-1).
Figure 3.5-1 The Rosslare entrance object
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To configure АС-215 controller entrances do the following:
1. Go to the setting panel of the Rosslare entrance object (Figure 3.5-2).
Figure 3.5-2 Setting panel of the Rosslare entrance object
2. From the Number dropdown list select the number of exit (Figure 3.5-2, 1).
3. From the Type dropdown list select the corresponding type of the exit that is used (Figure 3.5-2,
2).
4. In the Active when enabled field using up-down keys set the time (in minutes and seconds)
during which the entrance is possible (Figure 3.5-2, 3).
5. To save changes click Apply (Figure 3.5-2, 4).
Configuration of entrances is completed.
3.5.2 Configuration of exits
Configuration of АС-215 controller exits is performed on the setting panel of the Rosslare exit object.
This object is created on the basis of the AC-215 controller object on the Hardware tab of the System
settings dialog box (Figure 3.5-3).
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Figure 3.5-3 Creation of the Rosslare exit object
To configure АС-215 controller exits do the following:
1. Go to the setting panel of the Rosslare exit (Figure 3.5-4).
Figure 3.5-4 Setting panel of the Rosslare exit object
2. From the Number dropdown list select the number of exit (Figure 3.5-4, 1).
3. In the Open by timer field using up-down keys set the time (in minutes and seconds) during
which the door is open (Figure 3.5-4, 2).
4. To save changes click Apply (Figure 3.5-4, 3).
Configuration of exits is completed.
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3.5.3 Configuration of doors
Configuration of АС-215 controller doors is performed on the setting panel of the Door object. This
object is created on the basis of the AC-215 controller object on the Hardware tab of the System
settings dialog box (Figure 3.5-5).
Figure 3.5-5 Creation of the Door object
To configure АС-215 controller doors do the following:
1. Go to the setting panel of the Door object (Figure 3.5-6).
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Figure 3.5-6 Setting panel of the Door object
2. From the Number dropdown list select the door address (Figure 3.5-6, 1).
3. From the Authorize re-closing dropdown list select the door-closing mode (Table 3.5-1, Figure
3.5-6, 2).
Table 3.5-1 Description of door operation mode
Operation mode
No
Door monitoring is closed
Door monitoring is open
Description of operation mode
Lock opens for programmed period
Lock timer stops after door-closing
Lock timer stops after door-opening
4. To enable the exit button set the Exit button enabled checkbox. (Figure 3.5-6, 3).
5. To enable the automatic door opening after the first incoming user set the First employee
opens automatically checkbox (Figure 3.5-6, 4).
6. To activate the exit mode set the Door-exit opposition ‘normally closed’ checkbox (Figure 3.5-6,
5).
7. In the Open by timer field using up-down keys set the time (in minutes and seconds) at the
expiration of which the door opens (Figure 3.5-6, 6).
8. In the Door-opening time field using up-down keys set the time (in minutes and seconds)
during which the lock is open (Figure 3.5-6, 7).
9. In the Extra door-opening time field using up-down keys set the extra time period (in minutes
and seconds) during which the door may be open (Figure 3.5-6, 8).
10. Set the Door left open checkbox and using up-down keys set the time (in minutes and seconds)
during which the door may be open (Figure 3.5-6, 9).
11. Set the Door hacked checkbox and using up-down keys set the time (in minutes and seconds) at
the expiration of which the door is considered to be hacked (Figure 3.5-6, 10).
12. To save changes click Apply (Figure 3.5-6, 11).
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Configuration of doors is completed.
3.5.4 Configuration of readers
АС-215 controller can service no more than two readers.
Note. One can create the unlimited number of the Reader objects, but only those that has the address
will function (the Number parameter).
Configuration of АС-215 controller readers is performed on the setting panel of the Rosslare reader
object. This object is created on the basis of the Door object on the Hardware tab of the System
settings dialog box (Figure 3.5-7).
Figure 3.5-7 The Reader object
To configure readers do the following:
1. Go to the setting panel of the Rosslare reader object (Figure 3.5-8).
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Figure 3.5-8 Setting panel of the Reader object
2. From the Number dropdown list select the corresponding reader (Figure 3.5-8, 1).
3. For reader activation set the Activation checkbox (Figure 3.5-8, 2).
4. From the Operation mode dropdown list select the mode of reader operation (Table 3.5-2,
Figure 3.5-8, 3).
Table 3.5-2 Mode of reader operation
Режим работы
Inactive
Card only
PIN only
Card or PIN
Forbidden access mode
Описание режима работы
Reader is inactive
Access is given only by access card
Access is given only by PIN code
Access is given by access card or by PIN code
Access is forbidden for everyone
5. From the Safe time zone (Card+PIN) dropdown list select the time zone for reader operation
(Figure 3.5-8, 4).
6. From the Direction dropdown list select the direction of reading the pass point (Figure 3.5-8, 5).
Note. It’s necessary to select Inside direction if the reader is the exit for the pass point which it
belongs to.
7. To calculate the user counter set the Calculating the user counter checkbox (Figure 3.5-8, 6).
8. From the Reader type dropdown list select the access card format (Figure 3.5-8, 7).
Note. For Rosslare readers set Wiegand26 format.
9.
From the Keyboard type dropdown list select the type of reader keyboard (Figure 3.5-8, 8).
Note. For Rosslare readers set Wiegand 6 bit Rosslare format.
10. To activate AYCW6500 reader set the AYCW6500 checkbox (Figure 3.5-8, 9).
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11. From the Time zone dropdown list select the time zone for double pass control (Figure 3.5-8,
10).
12. From the Antipassback dropdown list select the mode for double pass control (Figure 3.5-8,
11).
13. In the Time (1..255 min.) field using up-down keys set the time of double pass control without
selecting the time zone in minutes (Figure 3.5-8, 12).
14. From the Exit dropdown list select the Division object that corresponds to the territory and is on
the entrance side to the reader (Figure 3.5-8, 13).
15. From the Enter dropdown list select the Division object that corresponds to the territory and is
on the exit side to the reader (Figure 3.5-8, 14).
16. To save changes click Apply (Figure 3.5-8, 15).
Configuration of readers is completed.
3.5.5
Configuration of events connection
Configuration of AC-215 controller events connection is performed on the setting panel of the Events connection object. This
object is created on the basis of the AC-215 controller object on the Hardware tab of the System settings dialog box (
Figure 3.5-9).
Figure 3.5-9 The Events connection object
To configure AC-215 controller events connection do the following:
1. Go to the setting panel of the Events connection object (Figure 3.5-10).
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Figure 3.5-10 Setting panel of the Events connection object
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From the Source type dropdown list select the type of events source-object (Figure 3.5-10, 1).
From the Source dropdown list select the event source-object (Figure 3.5-10, 2).
To activate events connection set the Active checkbox (Figure 3.5-10, 3).
To trigger the alarm on the event set the Alarm checkbox (Figure 3.5-10, 4).
From the Event dropdown list select the event to which the executor object reacts (Figure
3.5-10, 5).
From the Time zone dropdown list select the time zone for the action on event (Figure 3.5-10,
6).
From the Addressee type dropdown list select the type of executor object (Figure 3.5-10, 7).
From the Addressee dropdown list select the executor object (Figure 3.5-10, 8).
From the Action dropdown list select the action of the executor object (Figure 3.5-10, 9).
In the Period field using up-down keys set the time period during which the action of executor
object is carried out (Figure 3.5-10, 10).
To save changes click Apply (Figure 3.5-10, 11).
Configuration of events connection is completed.
3.6 Configuration of siren
Configuration of AC-215 controller siren is performed on the setting panel of the Siren object. This
object is created on the basis of the AC-215 controller object on the Hardware tab of the System
settings dialog box (Figure 3.6-1).
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Figure 3.6-1 Setting panel of the Siren object
To configure AC-215 controller siren do the following:
1. Go to the setting panel of the Siren object (Figure 3.6-2).
Figure 3.6-2 The Siren object
2. From the Status dropdown list select the siren status (Figure 3.6-2, 1).
3. In the Open by timer field using up-down keys set the time (in minutes) at the expiration of
which the siren switches (Figure 3.6-2, 2).
4. To save changes click Apply (Figure 3.6-2, 3).
Configuration of siren is completed.
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3.7 Configuration of user settings
To configure user settings do the following:
1. Go to the setting panel of the Rosslare object (Figure 3.7-1).
Figure 3.7-1 Setting panel of the Rosslare object
2. To configure advanced user parameters click Advanced user settings (Figure 3.7-1, 1).
As a result the Advanced user settings dialog box is displayed (Figure 3.7-2).
Figure 3.7-2 Configuration of advanced user settings
Note 1. In the Number column the serial numbers list of users registered in Intellect Server is displayed
(Figure 3.7-2 , 1).
Note 2. In the Department column the list of departments registered in Intellect Server is displayed
(Figure 3.7-2, 2).
Note 3. In the Name, Surname, Patronymic columns the list of user names, surnames, patronymics
registered in Intellect Server is displayed (Figure 3.7-2, 3).
3. To set extra time period during which the door can be open set the corresponding checkbox in
the Extra time for door-opening column (Figure 3.7-2, 4 ).
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4. To restrict user facilities set the corresponding checkbox in the Restricted facilities column
(Figure 3.7-2, 5).
5. To give user the privileged rights set the corresponding checkbox in the Priveleged column
(Figure 3.7-2, 6).
6. To enable counter set the corresponding checkbox in the Counter enabled column (Figure 3.7-2,
7).
7. To start counter set the corresponding checkbox in the Start counter column (Figure 3.7-2, 8).
8. In the Counter column the current counter value is displayed (Figure 3.7-2, 9).
9. To disable counter start click Disable counter start (Figure 3.7-2, 12).
10. To save changes and close the Advanced user settings dialog box click Save (Figure 3.7-2, 10).
Note. To close this box without saving changes click (Figure 3.7-2, 11).
11. To save changes click Apply (Figure 3.7-1, 2).
Configuration of user settings is completed.
3.8 Data recording to Rosslare devices
The data recording (users, equipment configuration) to Rosslare devices is provided by the software
package.
To record data to Rosslare devices do the following:
1. Go to the setting panel of the Connection object (Figure 3.8-1).
Figure 3.8-1 Extra settings
2. To clear the controllers memory excluding events click Clear the controllers memory excluding
events (Figure 3.8-1, 1).
3. To record the Rosslare equipment configuration in Intellect software package to Rosslare
devices click Configuration recording (Figure 3.8-1, 2).
4. To record users, time zones and access levels to Rosslare devices click Save the ACS data (Figure
3.8-1, 3).
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5. To send changes of users, time zones and access levels to Rosslare devices set the Users
dynamic recording checkbox (Figure 3.8-1, 4).
6. To save changes click Apply (Figure 3.8-1, 5).
Data recording to Rosslare devices is completed.
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4 Operation of the Rosslare integration module
4.1 General information on operation of the Rosslare module
The following interface objects are used in order to operate the Rosslare integration module:
1. Card;
2. Event log.
Information about these interface objects setting is given in the Intellect software package:
Administrator’s Guide.
Operation of interface objects is given in details in the Intellect software package: Operator’s Guide.
4.2 Control over door
Control over door is performed in the Card interactive box using feature menu of the Door object
(Figure 4.2-1, Table 4.2-1).
Figure 4.2-1 Feature menu of the Door object
Note. To open the object feature menu click right mouse button on the object icon.
Table 4.2-1 Description of feature menu of the Door object
Command
Close door (to normal state)
Disable door parameters
Open at once (by timer)
Feature
Closes door
Disables door parameters
Opens door at once (by timer)
4.3 Control over Rosslare entrances
Control over Rosslare entrances is performed in the Card interactive box using feature menu of the
Entrance object (Figure 4.3-1, Table 4.3-1).
Figure 4.3-1 Feature menu of the Rosslare entrance object
Table 4.3-1 Description of feature menu of the Rosslare entrance object
Command
Return to normal state
Disable entrance parameters
Feature
Returns to normal state
Disables entrance parameters
4.4 Control over Rosslare exits
Control over Rosslare exits is performed in the Card interactive box using feature menu of the Exit
object (Figure 4.4-1, Table 4.4-1).
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Figure 4.4-1 Feature menu of the Rosslare exit object
Table 4.4-1 Description of feature menu of the Exit object
Command
Close exit
Disable exit parameters
Open at once (by timer)
Feature
Closes exit
Disables exit parameters
Opens exit at once (by timer)
4.5 Control over Rosslare siren
Control over Rosslare siren is performed in the Card interactive box using feature menu of the Siren
object (Figure 4.5-1, Table 4.5-1).
Figure 4.5-1 Feature menu of the Siren object
Table 4.5-1 Description of feature menu of the Siren object
Command
Enable at once (by timer)
Stop (default mode)
Feature
At once enables the siren (by timer)
Stops the siren
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