P2000 Security Management System Express Edition Version 3.13 with

Code No. LIT-1900913
Issued February 27, 2015
P2000 Security Management System Express Edition Version 3.13 with SP2
The Johnson Controls® P2000 Security Management System (SMS) represents
the latest technology in integrated security solutions. Using Microsoft® Windows®
operating systems, operators can easily configure and use the P2000 software. An
underlying Microsoft SQL Server® database engine offers high performance
without high overhead.
The Express Edition of the P2000 SMS is designed for small installations or large
buildings that have lower numbers of readers, users, and cardholders, such as
smaller office buildings, warehouses, and manufacturing plants. It includes all of
the standard P2000 features in addition to the following items:
Alarm Monitoring
Up to 32 readers
A single client user connection
Up to 10,000 cardholders
Standard Features and Benefits
Application Programming Interface (API) — allows applications to execute
methods in the P2000 system to lock and unlock doors, set and reset output
points, acknowledge alarms, trigger P2000 host events, and more.
Area Control — controls the number of cardholders allowed within a specific
area. Operators can monitor the area at any time to determine the current
number of cardholders in a particular area, and the entry and exit of personnel
or vehicles into a controlled area (for example, a room or parking structure). The
system can report and display in real time the number and names of cardholders
within the area at any given time.
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Integration — interfaces with approved
CCTV systems to provide visual security in areas that may require real-time
surveillance monitoring. The P2000 software provides on-screen controls to
operate the switches, cameras, and monitors that are part of the CCTV system.
Other components that are part of the CCTV system include switch alarms,
macros, auxiliaries, and tours; monitor sequences; and camera patterns,
presets, and auxiliaries. You can configure your CCTV system to operate
continuously or run by event actions to monitor particular events.
Data Import and Export for CK721-A and S321-IP 
Controllers — allows you to import and export CK721-A and S321-IP hardware
configuration data, which reduces the commissioning time required to enter this
information during configuration. Site administrators can preconfigure
controllers, terminals, time schedules, access groups, and other configuration
settings using a standard Microsoft Excel® spreadsheet provided by a
Johnson Controls representative. After you save the .xls file as a comma
separated values (.csv) file, the settings can be imported into a P2000 database.
Encryption — secures every message to and from the controller using
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) to protect the P2000 system from
unauthorized sources. P2000 Version 3.13 Encryption is implemented using
Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2, validated, (Certificate
#1336), cryptographic module, from Microsoft http://www.microsoft.com
Enhanced MIS Interface — enables the P2000 system to receive cardholder
information and data requests from an external database source such as a
Human Resource database. Using the MIS Interface in conjunction with an
external Open Database Connectivity (ODBC)-based program, the MIS
Interface can add, modify, and delete cardholders and their badges in the P2000
system according to data input from an external system. Both the external
system and the P2000 system can exchange a wide range of data between the
Input and Output tables, including access groups, time zones, partition data, and
even pictures. Operators can query cardholder information using wildcards.
Event Triggers and Actions — automatically initiate a sequence of system
commands (actions) based on system events and messages (triggers). Triggers
determine which conditions must be met to initiate a specific action.
Guard Tour — provides real-time monitoring of guard activities to verify and
record that a guard has physically visited a facility within a specified time –
reporting an early or late arrival to a designated guard tour station. The P2000
system uses readers and input points to define each guard tour station. The
system allows alarm configuration to report guard tour conditions and provides
a control application to start and stop tours, and monitor their progress.
Real-Time Monitoring
Cardholder Management
Web Alarm Management and
ID Viewer Mobile Application
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Hours on Site Reporting — records cardholders’ accumulated
hours present at a site. This feature is used exclusively for
tracking and reporting purposes, and works by recording the
cardholder's time interval between an in badging and out badging
at reader terminals defined to monitor Hours on Site.
Low-Level Elevator Access and Cabinet Control —
communicates with a variety of elevator and cabinet equipment to
provide basic cardholder access.
Mercury Access Control Products and LifeSafety Power®
Panel Assemblies — are now integrated with the P2000 SMS,
providing added flexibility to help customers meet the needs of
their site's security requirements and applications using a well
known and time-tested security products manufacturer while
making it easy to power, house, and store the Mercury
components in a secure enclosure and in a variety of
configurations. The EP Series controllers also allow customers to
use the same hardware they use for access control for intrusion
detection. In addition, the P2000 Mercury integration allows the
use of existing Authentic Mercury EP Series access control
hardware without firmware updates. Customers can migrate to
P2000, leveraging their Authentic Mercury EP Series hardware
from other manufacturers. A complementary license is required.
For more information regarding the Mercury integration, refer to
the Mercury Products Open Platform Solution Product Bulletin
Message Filtering and Routing — allows operators to transmit
and receive specific messages to and from specific local or
remote P2000 systems, thereby reducing network traffic by
transmitting and receiving only messages that pass a filter criteria.
The Remote Message Server (RMS) maintains central control
over all message routing and transmits messages only to P2000
servers or workstations that the RMS assumes are able and
willing to receive messages.
Metasys® System Integration — provides complete support of
the integration between a single Metasys system and the P2000
system. The Metasys building management system uses webbased technology to monitor and supervise facility controls such
as HVAC, lighting, and fire control system supplementary
monitoring. This high-level integration enables Metasys operators
to access certain key security management features of the P2000
system from the Metasys web-based user interface. This interface
allows the P2000 Host and Panel objects to be visible to the
Metasys user. The user can browse P2000 items, view alarms
and messages, send access control commands, and create
interlock events.
Multiple Client Options — give customers the flexibility to
manage their systems how they see fit. The Express Edition
allows a single client connection to the P2000 server from the 
computer-based thick client, the web-based thin client, or the
mobile applications. The computer-based thick client provides
operators access to interactive real-time facility maps featuring
dynamic icons, to monitor and control major facility systems and
functions. Authorized operators can create cardholder records,
define hardware components, and control access using badging,
CCTV, Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) and Video Management
Systems (VMSs), area control, mustering, and elevator control to
name a few, as well as monitor local and remote transactions and
alarm activity in real time. The web-based thin client allows users
to access P2000 alarm management and reporting from any
workstation. Each of the mobile applications, Alarm Manager,
Door Control, and ID Viewer, allow mobile personnel to perform
specific functions from a mobile phone or tablet on a Wi-Fi
connection. Alarms allows a user to view and respond to alarms,
Door Control allows a user to lock or unlock a door, and ID Viewer
allows a user to review recent door activity.
Note: Web and mobile clients require the P2K-SW-AEM313
Mustering — allows operators to track personnel movement in
the event of an emergency. When an emergency occurs, all
personnel within a risk area are expected to evacuate and must
present their badge at a reader away from the risk area. Real-time
printed reports and online display information enable the operator
to track movement of personnel out of the risk area. Operators
can use the same information to direct search and rescue
Online Tutorial — presents an overview of the P2000 system's
major features and options, covering a number of system
configuration, installation, and troubleshooting tips. The modular
design enables navigation to tutorial topics and sub-topics
through Adobe® Flash® presentations that provide audio
narration (with matching text if desired) to guide users on how to
make the most of P2000's most popular features.
Real-Time Monitoring — provides dynamic displays of system
transactions and operations using the Real Time List, which is a
time-stamped display of local or remote transactions as they
occur; and the Real Time Map, which displays the current status
of local terminals, doors, intrusion components, intercom stations,
inputs, outputs, and other defined elements on a map layout of the
Security Threat Level — provides a rapid method of restricting
access in case of an emergency. In the event of a security breach,
an authorized operator can quickly change access privileges for
any or all cardholders at any or all terminal readers defined for
security level control. Security threat level is not supported on all
Simplified System Configuration and Monitoring — provides
a user-friendly interface for easy operation. Operators can
accomplish critical system functions from the:
- System Configuration window to enable operators to
configure and manage controllers, readers, input points, and
output points.
- Cardholder window to facilitate setup and maintenance of
badge-holders and related access parameters particular to the
- Alarm Monitor window to provide immediate access to the
current alarm queue with maps of the alarm site.
Support of Multiple Microsoft Windows and SQL Server
Platforms — allows P2000 to leverage existing equipment and
run on new systems alike. This can significantly reduce the cost
of commissioning a P2000 system.
System Reports — provide operators access to system data,
such as the cardholder database, or specific system transactions
or configurations. Operators can review the reports on-screen or
print them. The P2000 system integrates with SAP® Crystal
Reports® software to create custom reports.
System Status Display — graphically displays status information
of panels and associated devices configured in the system. This
troubleshooting tool allows operators to quickly determine if
panels and connected devices are communicating. If
communications go down between the server and the devices,
the system displays the known status of the devices.
User Software Privileges — enable administrators to use a
combination of user accounts, menu permissions, and password
controls to provide very tight restrictions on the viewing and
editing of cardholder data and on the operational functions
available to a particular user within the system. P2000 optionally
integrates to a customer's Active Directory for user authentication.
Web Access — enables users to perform various P2000 tasks
from any web-ready computer or tablet. Users can send requests
to add, edit, or delete cardholder records; add a visitor to the
P2000 system; track cardholder activity; immediately disable a
cardholder record in case of an emergency; print and encode
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cardholder badges from a Web Access computer; and more.
Web Access provides the flexibility and convenience of using a
standard web browser to keep a facility’s cardholder data current
and perform other important security functions such as monitor,
acknowledge, and remove alarms; activate or deactivate output
points (for example, turn on/off lights); and lock or unlock doors.
Web Access uses a single user client connection.
Optional Features and Benefits
DVR/VMS Integration— integrates with approved DVR/VMS
systems, allowing authorized operators to manage recording and
Pan, Tilt, and Zoom (PTZ) functions of many cameras from a
single P2000 workstation. Depending on the DVR/VMS
equipment used, operators can search, retrieve, and download
real-time or archived Audio/Video (AV) recordings from any
transaction or surveillance camera. Additionally, operators can tie
P2000 event triggers and actions to live AV recordings.The
Express Edition supports a single integration type from following 
DVR/VMS products:
- Johnson Controls® P2000 VMS
- Aimetis Symphony®
- Avigilon® Control Center
- Bosch® Video Management System
- Cisco® Video Surveillance Manager
- Genetec® Omnicast®
- Honeywell® Rapid Eye®
- Milestone Xprotect® Corporate, Enterprise, Professional 
and Express
- Nice®
- OnSSI® Ocularis® CS
- Panasonic® WJ-ND300 and WJ-ND400
- Pelco® DX8100 and Endura®
- Verint® Nextiva®
Fire Alarm Integration — allows a P2000 user to monitor alarms
from a Johnson Controls IFC or Honeywell Notifier (EU only) fire
alarm system.
High Availability — allows P2000 to run on multiple computers
without having to re-register. This enables high availability and
fault tolerant solutions such as Stratus® everRun® software to
provide a fail-over installation of the P2000 system in case of
system failure.
Intercom Integration — interfaces with Zenitel and Commend™
intercom systems to establish audio communication links
between any two or more defined intercom stations. This interface
provides P2000 applications to control and display all intercom
call requests coming from defined intercom stations. The operator
can select a call request from the list and connect to any single
intercom station, or to a group of stations. The P2000 server
retrieves messages coming from the intercom equipment and
uses them for event activation and distribution to P2000
workstations for the processing of intercom history messages and
Intrusion Detection Integration — enables operators to sense
intrusion in a protected building and report it to responsible
parties. This feature is accomplished with a combination of
detection, control, and reporting devices such as a control panel,
input devices (sensors), and output devices (bells, sirens). P2000
operators can send intrusion commands to the intrusion panel
(OPC Aritech or Bosch®) to arm and disarm areas, test inputs in
a selected area, start or stop bypass on selected zones, and
silence an annunciator from P2000 servers or workstations.
SIA Interface to Bosch (formerly Radionics) D6600
Communications Receiver/Gateway — allows receiving alarm
and supervisory messages from digital dialers over analog
telephone lines and communicates them to the P2000 server
through an RS-232 connection.
Third-Party Readers/Controllers — from several manufacturers
are supported through P2000 expansion options allows additional
customization, such as combination reader/controller or wireless
devices to the P2000.
Video Badging — provides visual identification of cardholders
using custom badge layouts, which operators can create quickly
and easily through the graphical user interface. An operator can
add multiple elements to a badge, including company logos,
cardholders portraits, custom text, bar codes, and signatures.
Software Support Agreements
Johnson Controls also offers a Software Support Agreement (SSA)
for the P2000 Security Management System. As part of the
agreement, customers receive all available updates of our P2000
Security Management Software and access to factory technical
support. For more information, refer to the P2000 Software Support
Agreement (SSA) Catalog Page (LIT-1900819).
Ordering Information (Part 1 of 3)
Product Code
Fully expandable base P2000 system that
supports 5 concurrent user connections using
thin or thick clients. Includes all of the standard
P2000 features. In addition, provides support
for the following: Metasys Integration, Elevator
Control, Cabinet Control, Guard Tour, High
Availability, Remote Server Connections,
Message Filtering, Serial Panels, Intercom, and
P2000 Workstations. Also supports 25,000
Enables the new P2000 web alarm and event
management as well as P2000 mobile
P2000 Video Badging license. Package
includes license certificate. No additional
hardware or software is supplied with this
option (the P2000 Installation DVD contains the
video badging workstation software). One
license required per P2000 video badging
P2000 High Availability option – Allows P2000
to run on multiple computers without having to
P2000 VMS integration
Aimetis Symphony integration (1 connection)
Avigilon Control Center integration 
(1 connection)
Bosch VMS integration (1 connection)
Cisco Video Security Manager integration 
(1 connection)
Genetec Ominicast integration option 
(1 connection)
Honeywell Rapid Eye integration option 
(1 connection)
Milestone XProtect integration option 
(1 connection)
Nice integration option (1 connection)
OnSSI Ocularis CS integration option 
(1 connection)
The performance specifications are nominal and conform to acceptable industry standards. For applications at conditions beyond these specifications, consult the local Johnson Controls office.
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Ordering Information (Part 2 of 3)
Ordering Information (Part 3 of 3)
Product Code
Number (Continued)
Product Code
Number (Continued)
Panasonic integration option (1 connection)
Pelco integration option (1 connection)
PowerNet by Isonas reader/controller interface
(8 readers)
Verint Nextiva integration option (1 connection)
Bosch Intrusion interface (1 panel)
Assa Abloy® IP controller interface (8 readers)
Aritech intrusion interface (Europe only)
HID Edge and Edge EVO reader/controller
interface (8 readers)
Notifier interface (1 connection - Europe only)
SIA interface to Bosch D6600 (1 connection)
P2000 Mercury panel interface option
Commend Intercom interface (1 connection)
Stanley® OSI OMNILOCK® and Wi-Q™
wireless reader interface (8 readers)
Zenitel intercom interface (1 connection)
P2000 Edition Feature Comparison
Corporate Edition
Professional Edition
5 (40 maximum)
25,000 (10,000,000 maximum)
Real-Time Monitoring
1 Type
1 Type
Hours on Site Reporting
Enhanced MIS Interface
Security Threat Level
Area Control
Guard Tour
Cabinet Control
High Availability
Video Badging
Web UI – Alarm and Event Manager
Third-Party Controllers
CCTV Integration
DVR/VMS Integration
Metasys Integration
IFC Fire Integration
Notifier EU Fire Integration
Alphacom Zenitel Intercom Integration
Commend Intercom Integration
Aritech EU Intrusion Integration
Bosch Intrusion Integration
Bosch D6600 Alarm Panel Integration
Elevator Low-Level Interfaces
Elevator High-Level Interfaces
Database Partitioning
Separate Database Server
Archive Report Server
Remote Server Connections
Enterprise Configuration Option
FDA Record Change Tracking
Express Edition
 (Regional site)
The performance specifications are nominal and conform to acceptable industry standards. For applications at conditions beyond these specifications, consult the local Johnson Controls office.
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P2000 Express Edition Technical Specifications
P2000 Requirements
Server Operating Systems1
Windows 8 Pro and Windows 8 Enterprise 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows 8.1 Pro and Windows 8.1 Enterprise 32-bit and
64-bit, Windows Server® 2008 Service Pack 2 Standard 32-bit and 64-bit without Hyper-V, Windows Server 2008 R2 
Service Pack 1 Standard without Hyper-V, Windows Server 2012 Standard
Workstation Operating Systems
32-bit and 64-bit: Windows 7: Professional, Ultimate, and Enterprise, Windows 8 Pro and Windows 8 Enterprise,
Windows 8.1 Pro and Windows 8.1 Enterprise
Database Engine1
SQL Server® 2008 R2 Express 32-bit and 64-bit, SQL Server 2008 R2 Express with Tools 32-bit and 64-bit, SQL
Server 2008 R2 Express with Advanced Services 32-bit and 64-bit, SQL Server 2012 Express 32-bit and 64-bit
Number of Seats Supported
Number of Readers Supported
Number of Badging Stations Supported
Number of Cardholders Supported
Panel Types Supported
CK721-A Version 3.0, 3.1, or 3.2 with RDR2S-A/I8O4 Version PS-217F and RDR8S/I32O16 Version PS-218B
CKM-EPXXXX and Authentic Mercury EPXXXX Versions 1.18.7 and 1.19
Schlage® PIM400-1501 Versions 1.18.7 and 1.19
S321-IP Versions 2.5 to 2.10.3 or greater
Stanley OSI & Wi-Q (Version 3.00.38, Portal Firmware Version, and Reader Version 3.00.039)
Isonas (Freescale 9.20 and PIC 3.08)
HID Edge Version
HID Edge EVO Version
Assa Abloy DSR Version 5.04, and Lock Firmware Version N08
1. For supported operating system and database engine combinations, refer to the P2000 Software Installation Manual (24-10786-141).
Related Documentation
Document Title
Document Number
P2000 Alarm Manager
P2000 Database Table Definitions
P2000 DVR/VMS Integration Option Manual
P2000 Integrated Video Imaging with EPI Builder Manual
P2000 Integrated Video Imaging with ID Server Manual
P2000 MIS Interface Configuration Manual
P2000 Metasys System Integration Manual
P2000 Quick Reference Guide
P2000 RMS-XML Application Programming Interface Manual
P2000 Software Installation Manual
P2000 Software Release Notes
P2000 Software User Manual
P2000 Web Access Manual
P2000 HID Global pivCLASS Integration
P2000 Web UI Getting Started
P2000 Video Badging Option Catalog Page
P2000 DVR/VMS Integration Catalog Page
P2000 Intercom Interface Option Catalog Page
P2000 Third-Party IP Reader/Controller Integration Catalog Page
P2000 Bosch Intrusion and D6600 Receiver/Controller Interfaces Catalog Page
P2000 High Availability Option Catalog Page
P2000 WebUI and Mobile Alarm and Event Management Catalog Page
P2000 Integrations for Europe Catalog Page
P2000 Intelligent Fire Control (IFC) Fire Alarm Panel Interface
What's New (At a Glance) for P2000 Version 3.13 with SP2
P2000 Bosch Intrusion Interface Product Bulletin
P2000 and Metasys System Integration Product Bulletin
P2000 Commend Intercom Interface Option Product Bulletin
P2000 Third-Party Reader/Controller Integration Product Bulletin
Part No. 24-10786-1
Part No. 24-10786-44
Part No. 24-10786-52
Part No. 24-10786-87
Part No. 24-10786-95
Part No. 24-10786-109
Part No. 24-10786-117
Part No. 24-10786-125
Part No. 24-10786-133
Part No. 24-10786-141
Part No. 24-10786-168
Part No. 24-10786-176
Part No. 24-10786-184
Part No. 24-10786-79
Part No. 24-10786-192
The performance specifications are nominal and conform to acceptable industry standards. For applications at conditions beyond these specifications, consult the local Johnson Controls office.
Johnson Controls, Inc. shall not be liable for damages resulting from misapplication or misuse of its products. © 2015 Johnson Controls, Inc.
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