A New Standard in IT Asset Protection. ixp.tz.net Think SMArt.™ Think TZ Locking. Defining Micro-Security. TZ Praetorian™ The TZ Praetorian System is designed to work with existing third party building access control systems to extend physical security and audit trail capability down to the cabinet enclosure level. Cat 5 Cable Third Party Access Controller 4 Conductor Cable 2 Core Cable TZ Multi-Tech Reader Network A single swipe of the same ID card used for building access provides timed authorization to selected cabinet doors, together with discrete event monitoring and system access reporting. The system is retrofittable and can be scaled to manage any number of enclosures through structured cabling between system components and the access control system. Access control across multiple cabinets can be readily managed through the multi-cabinet trigger box that displays real-time door status. TZ Praetorian™ Trigger TZ Praetorian™ Junction TZ SwingHandle™ TZ SlideHandle™ Cat 5 Cable 4 Conductor Cable 2 Core Cable TZ Multi-Tech Reader Network TZ Centurion Server ™ TZ Centurion™ Bridge TZ Centurion™ Weigand Translator Network TZ Centurion™ Port Link TZ Sensor™ TZ SwingHandle™ TZ SlideHandle™ TZ Centurion™ The TZ Centurion System is a state-of-the-art, IP based electronic access control and environmental monitoring system designed specifically for the micro-protection of data center cabinets. The system is a truly cost effective, scalable, flexible, and retrofittable alternative to conventional electronic locking, that delivers unprecedented cabinet level control, monitoring and auditability. TZ Centurion Server offers centralised and aggregated remote management of multi-site TZ Centurion installations. The enterprise server application communicates, manages and reports on all networked bridges, locking devices, sensors and other third party components such as readers that reside on the TZ Centurion network. Built on an open and extensible software platform, TZ Centurion Server is capable of integrating with other enterprise data-based applications. Today, locking simply isn’t enough. With national compliance mandates driving greater levels of data protection, IT and security managers are increasingly compelled to look for new levels of security beyond just controlling access to their data center buildings and spaces. Innovative solutions that can integrate physical security and environmental monitoring right down to the cabinet level are fast becoming a standard requirement. TZ is the leader in TZ SMArt device technology and is at the forefront in providing new micro-protection solutions to the data center market in asset and infrastructure protection. TZ systems offer the most cost effective, cabinet level locking solutions that deliver physical security, environmental monitoring, authorised access control and real-time compliance reporting for the data center market. Built on a scalable and extendable hardware and software platform, our system solutions enable enhanced functionality and utility that meets a broad range of end user requirements. Locking. Sensing. Monitoring. Reporting. TZ SMArt Devices™ Next Generation Intelligent Locking. Over the past decade, billions of people have connected to the Internet via the computer and more recently, mobile devices. Today, that communication revolution – the most pervasive technology event on earth – is extending to objects as well as people. Over the past 10 years, TZ’s intelligent, remotely actuated locking devices have been deployed in aerospace, military and automotive applications. TZ devices can sense, act, lock and audit activity based on secure instructions delivered online. This enables rich data collection and diagnostic abilities. The ‘Internet of People’ has become the ‘Internet of Things,’ whereby virtually all objects around us can exchange information and work in synergy to significantly improve the efficiency of our businesses, the security of our assets and the quality of our lives. Working together intelligently, a network of TZ SMArt locking devices can offer a secure environment and provide a complete, real time view of the state of that protected environment. TZ is at the forefront of SMArt locking device development – the enabling technology that makes the convergence of physical security, sensing and communication a reality. The ability to track behaviour of people, things and data through space in real time provides enhanced situational awareness which will allow the creation of more effective and efficient operating conditions and workflow practices. TZ IXP | Technical Manual | 03 TZ SlideHandle™ Door Closed and Locked Door Closed Ready for Release The Art of Micro-Security. Door Open and Unlocked TZ SlideHandle is an intelligent locking device that offers a retofittable replacement for traditional manual swing-handle data center cabinet locks. Designed to be easily installed onto a broad range of cabinets and enclosures, the device leverages its embedded microprocessing, integrated sensing and switching capability to offer the next generation of electronic locking. The state-of-the-art device operates on a structured cabling infrastructure and incorporates a highly energy efficient Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) actuated locking mechanism with controlled release capability. It also features an integrated multi-color visual door status indicator, a manual key release for emergency over-ride and an electronic contact sensor as a further confirmation of the door state. Features >Surface mount design retrofits existing manually keyed swing handle latching systems to enable integrated electronic security and sensing. > Easily fits most cabinet brands with mounting hardware suitable for industry standard 25mm wide swing handle openings, eliminating need for on-site door modifications. > Conveniently compatible with single-point and multi-point latching as well as split French doors. > Integrates manual keyed override in the event of power failure (also facilitates initial installation). > Integrated electronics and sensors report on true door status, including manual override mode and forced entry which provides a complete audit trail. > Connects into RJ45 based twisted pair cabling infrastructure with standard patch cables which can provide power up to 100 metres for large installations. Standard Emergency Keyed Release High Security Emergency Keyed Release > Bright LED status band visible up to 30m indicates locked, unlocked and ready to unlock states. TZ IXP | Technical Manual | 05 TZ SwingHandle™ TZ Ready (Mechanical) TZ Enabled (Electronic) Upgrade With TZ Intelligence. TZ SwingHandle is a new innovative locking handle for data center cabinets that offers true flexibility with an upgrade path from its base form as a manual swing-handle lock to a fully intelligent TZ SMArt device via an in-situ, simple-to-install electronic upgrade module. TZ Ready Features The fully upgraded TZ SwingHandle device provides all the features of the TZ SlideHandle complete with SMA actuator, touch to release option, a multi-color LED status indicator, manual key over-ride, electronic door status sensor and RJ-45 connector. >Fits industry standard door handle cut-outs. TZ SwingHandle (when fully upgraded) is powered and controlled via standard UTP Cat5e / Cat6 cabling through a TZ Praetorian Junction or TZ Centurion Bridge. >Upgrade can be done without removing handle from door. >Mechanical key lock only. >Ready for in-field electronic upgrade. >Compatible with direct-drive single or multi-point locking. >Can be configured for handle to rotate 90º CW or CCW. TZ Enabled Features >Field upgradeable module for full electronic locking capability. >Touch sensor for handle actuation. >Integrated hall sensor for door status feedback. >Multiple status LED indication for visual feedback. >Utilises structured cabling for power and data communication. >Connects to TZ Praetorian and TZ Centurion Systems. TZ IXP | Technical Manual | 07 TZ Praetorian™ System Extending Existing Systems. The TZ Praetorian System comprises a set of hardware components that enables the extension of access control and audit trail capability for existing third party control systems and structured cabling environments. The system has been expressly designed for the needs of data centers and IT professionals to bridge the gap between the perimeter security provided by industry standard building access control systems and the requirements for more granular levels of physical protection at the cabinet level. The system includes three hardware components: > TZ Praetorian Junction > TZ Praetorian Trigger > TZ SlideHandle or TZ SwingHandle Features > Authorised timed access to multiple doors with a single card presentation. > Compatible with standard structured cabling for 100m length. > Fast and easy mounting of locking components. > Visual indication and reporting of secured and unsecured states and true door status. > Manual key override release. > Differentiated reporting of electronic or manual key release. > No additional software application is needed. > Flexible mounting options to fit a broad range of cabinet brands and models. > Door status of a cabinet row or entire room is indicated at a glance on the same easily mounted component used to trigger multiple doors. TZ IXP | Technical Manual | 09 TZ Praetorian™ Junction The TZ Praetorian Junction interprets relay signals from an access control system, forwards the appropriate command to a TZ locking device such as the TZ SlideHandle, monitors all the connected TZ locking devices, and communicates the status of each TZ locking device back to the access control system. The unit can provide data communication and power to one or two TZ Praetorian Triggers and either 12 or 24 RJ45 ports that connect to TZ locking devices through structured cabling. The TZ Praetorian Junction also connects back to the I/O cards of the control system via either 12 or 24 pluggable Wago quick connect terminal blocks. The unit can be mounted in a 19” 1U rack space, wall, shelf or anywhere else convenient to the access controller and a structured cable patch panel. 10 | TZ IXP | Technical Manual Features > Compatible with third party access control systems, which enables retrofitting TZ locking devices to existing security systems. > Built on industry accepted structured cabling and universal power standards to facilitate installation into existing infrastructure. > Manages multiple TZ locking devices from one controller over very long distances. > TZ locking devices do not require additional in-cabinet power thereby reducing cost and installation time. > Scalable system to accommodate any size installation. > Serves multiple cabinets – up to 12 x two door cabinets and saves valuable in-cabinet rack space compared to other systems. TZ Praetorian™ Trigger Powered by the TZ Praetorian Junction, the TZ Praetorian Trigger is an indicator and interface device that visually communicates the status of up to 12 doors and allows authorised users to open doors at the touch of a button. Coloured LEDs define each button indicates locking state of cabinet or enclosure doors: RED All enclosure doors are closed and secure. ORANGE Flashing indicates access is currently authorised and a button push will open the enclosure. This is the only state where a button push will have any effect. GREEN Features > Capable of controlling multiple TZ locking devices. > Strong visual display easily identifies status and access to cabinet doors. > Recieves power and data communications from the TZ Praetorian Junction over standard patch power cabling connections for ease of installation. > Each button can be labelled to correspond to the enclosure door it triggers and indicates. The door is open or is not secure. Typically, the device is mounted at the end of a row of cabinets or the near the entrance of a room in close proximity to the card reader for convenience. TZ IXP | Technical Manual | 11 TZ Centurion™ System Defining Micro-Security. The TZ Centurion System truly defines micro-protection. The system’s IP based access control system focuses on delivering physical security and environmental monitoring such as temperature sensing, humidity sensing and leak detection at the most granular level – at the data center cabinet. TZ Centurion System is a cost effective, flexible, retrofitable and easy to implement solution that has been designed specifically to protect an organisation’s most valuable and sensitive IT assets. Features Built on an open and extendable architecture, the end-to-end system provides an unprecedented level of capability that cannot be readily delivered by conventional systems in terms of the integrity, control, auditability and traceability of discrete assets. >Provides remote visibility and real time remote monitoring and reporting of events in geographically dispersed locations from one centralized command. >Incorporates the TZ SlideHandle or TZ SwingHandle, the world’s truly intelligent locking devices, which extends protection right down to the cabinet and asset level. >Electronic locking means maximum security but without keys and key management issues. >Environmental monitoring enables in-cabinet monitoring to track temperature, humidity, liquid detection and door status. >Tracks and reports activities and events in real time. >Enhanced enterprise software modules expand functionality to detailed analysis and reporting, asset configuration and visitor management. >Can be retrofitted to the majority of data center cabinet types or cages and integrated in a range of available building access control systems. TZ IXP | Technical Manual | 13 TZ Centurion™ Server Centralised Remote Management. TZ Centurion Server is an application built on a Microsoft® Rich Internet Applications (RIA) platform which enables centralised remote management of critical assets managed by the TZ Centurion System such as computer cabinets, high tech equipment and other secure environments. The server communicates with, controls, manages and reports on multiple TZ Centurion installations, managing all devices residing within the integrated system of networked TZ locking devices, sensors, gateways and other third party components like card readers and biometric devices. The application stores all captured data, events and logs in a securely accessible central SQL Server® database and leverages smart client technology for its cross-browser user interface. Features >Rich and smart web user interface presents a visual dashboard displaying the real time aggregated status of all networked assets and their environments. >Assets, devices, and data can be managed based on operational needs, work practices and business standards including the provision of role based user access control to accommodate different types of users. >Varying levels of data mining can be granted on a user-byuser, or organisation basis to enable complete audit and compliance monitoring and reporting. >Built-in functionality enables access scheduling so that physical visits can be planned, coordinated or driven on demand as well as generating real-time alert notification via SNMP trap, SMS and email. >Scalable architecture for growing enterprises with potential to integrate with other business applications through Web Service APIs, data integration, and SNMP. TZ IXP | Technical Manual | 15 TZ Centurion™ Bridge TZ Centurion Bridge is an IP-based gateway that provides power and communication to a range of TZ locking devices, sensors, readers and other components operating on a RS485 network running on structured Cat5e / Cat 6 cabling. >User friendly web interface for management, control, monitoring and system access. The TZ Centurion network can be operated as a stand-alone system using the integrated TZ web client as a component of a separate enterprise application. It can also be used as part of a multi-TZ Centurion Bridge network managed by TZ Centurion Server, or through integration with a third party access management database via SNMP. >Records environmental data in CSV format – downloadable through the web interface or via a SD card for post processing and analysis. >Stores event records for audit trails – downloadable through the web interface from any location. >Integrated power supply means no additional equipment or cabling is required. Features >Allows multiple third party RFID card or biometric readers anywhere on the network. >Enables the control of a network of TZ locking devices, sensors, readers, and components over the internet in a cost effective, scalable and simply installed manner using industry standard structured cabling. >Flexible mounting options and small size allows installation in most spaces and mounting kits allow rack mounting of two units per 1U of rack space. >Facilitates enterprise level software expansion. 16 | TZ IXP | Technical Manual TZ Centurion™ Port Links The TZ Centurion Multi Port Link acts as an inline power injector to power TZ devices and provide four additional I/O connectors for accessories like sensors, in-cabinet task lighting and fans. Additionally the TZ Centurion Multi Port Link can be used to interface dry contact closure systems to TZ locking devices configured for 2 wire or closing contact operation. The TZ Centurion Port Link provides a connection for one TZ locking device plus RS485 and power connections for the continuation of the TZ Network or connection of an additional TZ device (if it is being installed at the end of a Network branch) and has I/O connectors for accessories like sensors, in-cabinet task lighting and fans. Features Features >Extends TZ Centurion RS485 network and provides RJ45 port replication for TZ Centurion Bridge systems. >Extends the TZ network and connects additional TZ locking or Wiegand devices. >Provides a power injection point to supplement TZ Centurion Bridge power when more than 32 TZ locking devices are powered from the TZ Centurion™ Bridge. Power supply sold separately. >Screw terminals for auxiliary I/O devices. >Screw terminals to connect TZ sensor modules or to gain access to auxiliary I/O for cabinet level automation functions. >Internal switch to enable simultaneous triggering of all connected devices when used in 2 wire mode. For example, a single dry contact closure input will release all connected TZ devices. >Connection of one TZ locking device and continuation of the TZ network or connection of two devices at end of a network branch. >Can be used standalone to connect a TZ locking device (configured to operate in dry contact mode) to a building access control or other “relay output” system. >LED power indicator. TZ IXP | Technical Manual | 17 TZ Centurion™ Wiegand Translator The TZ Centurion Wiegand Translator operates as a standalone unit with an attached third party credential reader to control a small group of networked TZ locking devices. Features >Allows third party Wiegand credential reader devices to trigger the TZ Centurion System. >Powered from the TZ structured cable network. >Screw terminals for connection to third party Wiegand device. >Provides third party reader with external power, 12/24vdc bus power pass-through or 12vdc from TZ bus via integrated transformer. Benefits >Supports industry standard Wiegand authentication devices such as card readers and biometric scanners. >Uses structured cabling for power and data facilitating easy and economical installation. >Simple installation procedure to connect third party credential readers to the TZ Network. >Compact size and form facilitates easy installation. >Communicates an audit trail of authorised and unauthorised attempts. >Can be used as a stand-alone controller for a smaller network of TZ devices. >Allows organisations to use their preferred credential reader on the TZ Centurion System. 18 | TZ IXP | Technical Manual TZ Multi-Tech Reader and TZ Sensors >Quick-connect design for easy installation. The TZ Temperature Sensor measures the ambient temperature within the enclosure or cabinet. Its temperature sensor circuit is designed to measure temperatures between -15°C to 60°C (5°F to 140°F). The TZ Relative Humidity Sensor contains a circuit designed to measure relative humidity between 5% and 95%. The TZ Contact Sensor is a magnetic reed switch. When properly installed it allows the connected TZ device to determine when a door is open or closed. The TZ Leak Detection Sensor is a sealed optical device which can detect the presence of liquids. >Simple wiring. Features >Easy-to-install mounting bracket. >Measures temperature. >Tri-state LED (red, green, amber) visual indicator and audio feedback representing status and activity information, easily discernible for the audibly or visually impaired. >Measures relative humidity. The TZ Multi-Technology Reader is a versatile reader to simplify access control by reading card serial numbers of a variety of smart cards from other manufacturers. Features >Recognises most proximity credentials. >FIPS 201-1 compliant. >NFC compatible. >Determines door open/closed status. >Detects presence of liquid. >Data presented via web page interface. TZ IXP | Technical Manual | 19 Cabinet Compatibility The TZ SlideHandle has been specifically designed to suit 85% of the world’s data server cabinets either through direct attachment or through customised mounting kits. Global HP, IBM, Rittal, APC, Panduit, Chatsworth Americas Belden, Great Lakes, RF MOTE, Wrightline, Emerson EMEA Conteg, Canon, Prism, USystems APAC Server Racks Australia (SRA), Computer Room Solutions (CRS), SJ Manufacturing, Rack Technologies, B & R Enclosures TZ has a dedicated system design team who can specially design adapter plate kits to suit all of your cabinet security needs. 20 | TZ IXP | Technical Manual System Comparison TZ Centurion Platform TZ Praetorian System Platform Configuration Platform Configuration IP based stand-alone access control system Low level integration with third party building access control system Scalability Multiples of 8, 32 and 70 TZ Devices Multiples of 12 and 24 TZ locking devices TZ SlideHandle Compatible Yes Yes TZ SwingHandle Compatible Yes Yes Door Contact Sensing Yes Yes Swipe Card Compatible Yes Through third party building access control system Environmental Monitoring Temperature sensing, relative-humidity sensing, air-flow status and leak detection. No Software Application TZ Centurion Server Third party building access applications Database Microsoft SQL Server Third party building access applications TZ IXP | Technical Manual | 21 CORPORATE Level 11, 1 Chifley Square Sydney NSW 2000 Australia p: +61 (2) 9222 8890 e: firstname.lastname@example.org THE AMERICAS 1017 W Washington Blvd, Unit 2C Chicago IL 60607 USA p: +1 (312) 751 2800 e: email@example.com ASIA Centennial Business Suites, Suntec Tower 2 9 Temasek Boulevard #29-01 Singapore 038989 p: +65 9222 4626 e: firstname.lastname@example.org ixp.tz.net TZ Limited (“TZ”) is a technology company that is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. TZ is the leader in SMArt device technology combining state-of-the-art SMA actuated intelligent fastening and locking devices with TZ remote software control. TZ’s systems deliver asset level protection and compelling solutions for security, monitoring and control applications across a number of market segments. The company currently supplies market leading solutions to major corporations worldwide to the data center industry and in the Automated Parcel Locker and E-Commerce market. For additional information on TZ Limited please visit: tz.net A TZ Business | © 2016 TZ®, TZ Centurion™, TZ Praetorian™, TZ SMArt™, TZ SlideHandle™, TZ SwingHandle™, TZ Radial™, TZ Sensors™ are trademarks of TZ Limited. Patents Pending.
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