GAT Configuration Manager
GAT Configuration Manager
Configuration Software for GANTNER Terminals
Installation, Operation
Document Version 3.8
Software Version 3.8.0
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General warning and safety instructions
Dear customer,
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that our product operates with safety and to your complete satisfaction. To achieve this aim please take this opportunity to
familiarise yourself with the following guidelines:
1.
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instructions, i.e., in accordance with the technical conditions of operation as described in the corresponding product
documentation.
2.
Before installation, commissioning, operation or maintenance it is therefore essential that you read the corresponding chapter
within this manual and observe its instructions.
3.
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your Gantner company representative or by contacting the GANTNER Electronic GmbH hotline.
4.
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particular, electrical connections must only be made by correspondingly qualified specialists. Here, the appropriate installation
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CONTENTS
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GENERAL ...................................................................................................................................................... 7
2
INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................................................. 8
2.1
Starting GAT Configuration Manager ......................................................................................................... 8
3
OPERATION ................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.1
General Program Settings ........................................................................................................................ 10
3.2
Configuration File ..................................................................................................................................... 11
3.2.1
New Configuration File ......................................................................................................................... 11
3.2.2
Open an Existing Configuration File ..................................................................................................... 12
3.2.3
Adding Configuration Categories ......................................................................................................... 13
3.2.4
Adding Configuration Options .............................................................................................................. 13
3.2.5
Changing or Deleting Configuration Properties .................................................................................... 15
3.3
Read Configuration from Device ............................................................................................................... 16
3.4
Projects..................................................................................................................................................... 20
3.4.1
Creating a New Project / Opening an Existing Project ......................................................................... 20
3.4.2
Project Window Overview .................................................................................................................... 21
3.4.3
Changing the View Mode of the Project Window ................................................................................. 22
3.4.4
Adding a Location to a Project ............................................................................................................. 23
3.4.5
Manually Adding Devices to a Project .................................................................................................. 23
3.4.6
Adding Devices to a Project by Scanning the Network for Available Devices ...................................... 25
3.4.7
Deleting Locations and Devices ........................................................................................................... 27
3.4.8
Device Information ............................................................................................................................... 28
3.4.9
Configuring a device in a project .......................................................................................................... 29
3.4.10 Reading and Setting Date and Time of a Device ................................................................................. 32
3.4.11 Reseting a Device ................................................................................................................................ 33
3.4.12 Network Configuration of a Device ....................................................................................................... 33
3.4.13 Configuration History ............................................................................................................................ 35
3.4.14 Display Texts ........................................................................................................................................ 39
3.4.15 Import and Export Projects ................................................................................................................... 43
3.4.16 Setting Date and Time of Devices ........................................................................................................ 44
3.5
GAT Lock 60x0 Configuration ................................................................................................................... 46
3.5.1
Read Lock Information ......................................................................................................................... 47
3.5.2
Configure Locks ................................................................................................................................... 47
3.5.3
Uploading Configuration to Multiple Locks ........................................................................................... 48
3.5.4
Load Bookings from a Lock .................................................................................................................. 51
3.6
GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000 Configuration.................................................................................................. 52
3.6.1
Read Lock Information ......................................................................................................................... 53
3.6.2
Configure Locks ................................................................................................................................... 54
3.6.3
Uploading Configuration to Multiple Lockers ........................................................................................ 55
3.6.4
Load Bookings from a GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000 ................................................................................ 58
3.6.5
Load System Bookings from a GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000 ................................................................... 59
3.7
Configuration of Electronic Door Locks GAT DL 3xx ................................................................................ 60
3.7.1
Synchronise the Configuration Files ..................................................................................................... 62
3.7.2
Upload the Configuration to the GAT DL 3xx Locks ............................................................................. 63
3.7.3
Download Bookings from the GAT DL 3xx Locks ................................................................................. 64
3.8
Log Files ................................................................................................................................................... 65
3.9
GAT Time Sync ........................................................................................................................................ 66
3.10
GAT Config Manager 1.5 .......................................................................................................................... 68
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GENERAL
The GAT Configuration Manager is a PC software tool for configuration of the GANTNER Terminals for access
control, time & attendance and leisure facilities (fitness studios, public baths etc.). In addition to the Terminals GAT
Configuration Manager can also configure and upload the electronic locker locks GAT Lock 60x0 and the offline
door terminals GAT DL 3xx from GANTNER.
The configuration of each device is defined and stored in a configuration file in XML-format. The GAT Configuration
Manager provides a graphical user interface to display and edit the configuration settings.
Projects can be created, imported and exported to make it easier to manage many devices and configurations in a
whole facility. A project lists all included devices in a project tree. Groups in the project tree allow optimal
organisation of large facilities with many devices. When a device is selected, the configuration and interface
settings, log files etc. of each device are presented next to the project tree for easy editing.
The display texts of the devices (if available) can be loaded and displayed in GAT Configuration Manager. The texts
can be edited and loaded back into the device and it is also possible to export and import display texts in an
external file.
A configuration history records all changes that were made to the configurations of the devices.
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INSTALLATION
If the GAT Time Sync application was already installed with an older version than 3.7 on the PC/server it
must be uninstalled first, before installing the new GAT Configuration Manager version (which includes the
new version of GAT Time Sync).
The GAT Configuration Manager software can be installed by using the setup on the CD. The setup wizard will
guide through the installation process.
In order to run GAT Configuration Manager the .NET Framework 4.0 Full must be installed on the computer. If it isn't
installed run the setup of GAT Configuration Manager which will install the .NET Framework.
2.1
Starting GAT Configuration Manager
After installation start GAT Configuration Manager via "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "GANTNER Electronic GmbH" ->
"GAT Config Manager" -> "GAT Config Manager" or, in case you have not used the installation wizard, by doubleclicking on the file "GAT ConfigManager.exe" (icon
) in the program directory.
At start-up the software checks for all necessary files and database and the main window will be opened on screen.
Figure 2.1 - Main screen of GAT Configuration Manager after start-up
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OPERATION
When starting GAT Configuration Manager, the Main Window will be opened, which is empty after start-up.
Figure 3.1 - Main Window of GAT Configuration Manager
General program settings can be defined in the "Preferences" window (see "3.1. General Program Settings").
Devices can be configured in different ways:
- Configuration with a configuration file. It's possible to generate either a completely new configuration file or to use
an existing configuration file, which can be opened and changed (see "3.2. Configuration File").
- Direct configuration of a device by loading the configuration directly from the device. It is then possible to change
the configuration settings and save the file back to the device (see "3.3. Read Configuration from Device").
- With projects. All devices, used in your installation, can be included in a project and ordered in a user-defined
structure for fast and easy overview and configuration (see "3.4. Projects"). Several projects can be defined and
the projects can be saved, imported or exported.
With GAT Configuration Manager it is possible to configure the GAT Lock 60x0 and GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000
electronic locker locks from GANTNER Electronic GmbH. These locks can also be inserted and managed with
project files. The configuration of the GAT Lock 60x0 is described in "3.5. GAT Lock 60x0 Configuration". The
configuration of the GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000 is described in "3.6. GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000 Configuration".
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3.1
General Program Settings
Open the Preference window by selecting the menu item "Preferences…" in the "Tools" menu. The following
window will be opened.
Figure 3.2 - General Program Settings of GAT Configuration Manager
Select the Configuration Category "Preferences" in the tree on the left and then edit the Configuration Options,
which are shown on the right side of the window. The following settings are possible.
- ExpertMode: This option indicates if the expert mode shall be activated or not.
- CloseConfirmation: When this is marked, a window is opened when closing the GAT Configuration Manager. In
this window the user must confirm the closing of the application.
- AskForDeletion: When this option is marked, the user must confirm the deletion of an item. Else an item will be
deleted without confirmation.
- NtpServer: This is the network name or IP address of an NTP server, which is used to synchronise the clocks of
the terminals.
- HelpTextHost: When GAT Configuration Manager is started, it will check this internet address (FTP server) for
new help texts and download the new texts if available. The help texts are used for showing tool-tips in the
application. The standard address is "ftp://ftp.gantner.com/GAT_Configmanager/helptexts.db.compressed".
- HelpTextUser: User name used to download the help texts from the FTP server. Standard "GAT_Update01".
- HelpTextPass: Password used to download the help texts from the FTP server. Standard "UPDATEgat:2009".
- FontInfoHost: Location from where the help text shall be downloaded. Default location is the GANTNER FTP
Server: "ftp://ftp.gantner.com/GAT_Configmanager/font.compressed".
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- GatConfigTypeAssociatic: When this option is marked, files with the ending ".gatconfig" will automatically be
opened with GAT Configuration Manager when double-clicking on the file.
- NtpServer2: Here the internet or IP address of a second NTP server for time synchronisation with the terminals
can be entered. It will be used when connecting to the first ntp server fails.
3.2
Configuration File
The configuration of a certain device can be defined and saved in a so called "configuration file", which is a text file
in XML format. With a configuration file it is possible to define a configuration on the PC even when the device is not
present and connected to the PC yet. When the device gets connected later, the saved file can be loaded into the
device.
3.2.1 New Configuration File
To generate a new configuration file select the menu item "File" -> "Create Config" from the "File" menu or press the
icon "Create Config" below the menu bar. A file browser will be opened. Select the directory, where the new
configuration file shall be stored and enter a filename. The file extension of the configuration files are ".gatconfig"
and will be set as default. Confirm with "Save". This will generate the configuration file and open the Configuration
Editor window with a blank configuration (see Figure 3.3).
Note:
If an already existing file name is entered, it will be asked if the existing file shall be overwritten. If you
confirm this, the existing file is deleted and replaced with the new (blank) configuration.
Figure 3.3 - GAT Configuration Editor - empty configuration
On the left side the different "Configuration Categories" are displayed. When selecting one of the categories, the
"Configuration Options" of this category will be shown on the right side.
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For a new configuration the configuration editor is empty except the first category "configuration". This is the main
category of a configuration and all further categories must be added below this one.
In the field "Language" you can select the language that is used to display the configuration settings. The
translations of the configuration categories and properties into the different languages must be defined in order to
display them correctly. Else the categories or properties will be displayed in the standard language.
3.2.2 Open an Existing Configuration File
In order to open an existing configuration file, select the menu item "File" -> "Open Config" from the "File" menu or
press the icon "Open Config" below the menu bar. A file browser will be opened, where you can select the
configuration file and press "Open".
The configuration editor window is opened and all the configuration categories and options from the configuration
file are listed (see Figure 3.4).
Figure 3.4 - GAT Configuration Editor - existing configuration
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3.2.3 Adding Configuration Categories
To define a new category below another category click with the right mouse onto the corresponding category. From
the pop-up menu select the menu item "Add category". The following window will be opened:
Figure 3.5 - Adding a configuration category
The following information can be defined:
- Name:
Enter the name of the category. This name is displayed in the Configuration Editor window.
- Description: Fields a longer text can be entered that describes the category in more detail. This description is
displayed when the mouse cursor is positioned over the category caption in the category list. The
description can be entered in the different languages (EN = English, DT = German, ES = Spanish
etc.). The language to be displayed is selected in the configuration window.
After entering all information for the category press "Ok". The configuration window is displayed again with the new
category added to the list.
3.2.4 Adding Configuration Options
To add new configuration options (property) to a configuration category select the category in the list to the left of
the configuration window. Next click with the right mouse button onto an empty space in the right list "Configuration
Options for this Category" and select the menu item "Add Property" from the pop-up menu. The following window
will be opened.
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Figure 3.6 - Adding a configuration option
Define the settings of the configuration option. The settings are similar to the category definition, with the addition of
a property value setting.
- Name:
Enter the name of the configuration option. This name is displayed in the Configuration Editor
window.
- Description: A longer text can be entered, which describes the configuration option in more detail. This
description is displayed, when the mouse cursor is positioned over the option caption in the
configuration option list. The description can be entered in the different languages. (EN = English,
DT = German, ES = Spanish etc.). The language to be displayed is selected in the configuration
window.
- Value Type: The data type of the configuration option must be selected. The "Value" field changes according to
the selected data type. The information entered in this field will be used as default value. The
following types are possible:
BOOLEAN:
Yes/no information. A check box will be shown for this option type. When the "Value"
is checked, the property check box will be set as default.
COLOR:
Colour selection. A colour can be set with this option.
DATE:
A date can be entered with this option in format "dd.mm.yyyy". In the "Value" field
select a date to be used as default.
DATETIME:
A date and time can be entered with this property in format "dd.mm.yyyy hh:mm". In
the "Value" field select a date and time to be used as default.
DECIMAL:
Property is used for decimal numbers like currency values (i.e. a number with two
decimal places). In the "Value" field enter a default value for the property. The fields
"Min. Value" and "Max. Value" are used to define a valid range for the property.
DIRPATH:
Path information of a Directory. With the button "…" next to the "Value" field a path
can be selected if desired.
FILEPATH:
Filename with additional path information. With the button "…" next to the "Value"
field a file can be selected if desired.
HEXTEXT:
Hexadecimal value. A default value can be entered in the field "Value".
INTEGER:
Property is used for an integer value (i.e. a number without decimal places). Positive
and negative values are allowed for an integer. In the "Value" field enter a default
value for the property. The fields "Min. Value" and "Max. Value" are used to define a
valid range for the property.
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IPADDRESS: To input an IP address in the format xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (e.g. 128.0.0.1). A default IP
address can be entered in the "Value" field.
TEXT:
It is possible to use this property in two different ways. First possibility is that the
user can input a text manually. Therefore the field "Values list" must be left blank but
a default text can be input in the field "Value". The second possibility is to define
certain texts the user can then select from via a drop-down list. Therefore enter the
texts in the field "Values list". Each text must be entered in a separate line (hit return
after entering the text). To define which of the entered texts shall be shown as
default select the text in the field "Value".
TIME:
A time can be entered with this property in format "hh:mm:ss". In the "Value" field
select a time to be used as default.
UINTEGER:
Property is used for an unsigned integer value (i.e. a number without decimal
places). Only positive values are allowed for an unsigned integer. In the "Value" field
enter a default value for the property. The fields "Min. Value" and "Max. Value" are
used to define a valid range for the property.
After entering all information for the property press "Ok". The configuration window is displayed again with the new
property added to the list.
3.2.5 Changing or Deleting Configuration Properties
To change the settings of a category or property click with the right mouse button onto the category or property and
select "Edit xxx" from the pop-up menu.
To delete a category or property click with the right mouse button onto the category or property and select "Delete
xxx" from the pop-up menu.
To change the order of the categories or properties click with the right mouse button on the category or property and
select "Move xxx up" or "Move xxx down".
After entering all information for the property press "Ok". The configuration window is displayed again with the new
property added to the list.
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3.3
Read Configuration from Device
To read the configuration file from an existing device select the menu item "Device" -> "Open Device" in the "File"
menu or click the icon "Open Device" below the menu bar. A wizard will be opened, which guides you through the
process of reading the configuration.
Note:
It is also possible to read the configuration of a device if this device is defined in a project (see chapter "3.4.
Projects").
Figure 3.7 - Selecting the communication option
Select the type of communication to use with the device:
- RS232: Serial interface for distance up to 15 meters. The device is directly connected at a serial COM-port of the
PC.
- RS485: Serial interface for distances up to 1000 meters. The device is connected to an interface converter. This
interface converter is connected at a serial COM-port of the PC.
- TCPIP: The device is connected via a LAN network to the PC.
Scanning the Network
If you don’t know the exact connection information like for example the serial or IP address of the device to add, you
can click the button "Scan Devices". This will start the GAT Device Finder to scan the network for existing devices.
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Figure 3.8 - Scanning devices
If the desired device is found, it can be selected and opened directly (see also "3.4.6. Adding Devices to a Project
by Scanning the Network for Available Devices"). In this case you skip the next window and proceed with Figure
3.10.
If not scanning the network but selecting the interface type manually press "Next". A window will be opened where
you can see the default interface settings and change them if necessary. The picture shows the settings for the RS
485 interface.
Figure 3.9 - Communication settings
For the serial interfaces RS 232 and RS 485 set the parameters like baud rate, parity, number of data bits etc. See
the manual of the corresponding device for further information about the parameter settings to use.
For TCP/IP the port number to be used for communication and the IP-address of the device must be entered.
Press "Next" after defining the settings.
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Figure 3.10 - Start configuration
Press the "Start configuration" button. GAT ConfigManager will search for the selected device on the network or
serial interface respectively. When the device is found, the configuration will be downloaded from the device and
then displayed on the screen.
Figure 3.11 - Device configuration
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For information about how to edit the configuration see the section "3.2. Configuration File".
After the configuration is completely defined, confirm with "Ok".
GAT Configuration Manager will check if the configuration is correct for the current device. If there is a configuration
error the error is indicated with red bars in the configuration window. The red markings are shown on the wrong
setting as well as all the higher nodes in the configuration tree, where this setting is included.
Figure 3.12 - Error indication in the device configuration
In the example in this window the setting for "minimum cc charge" is set to an invalid value of 0.0 where only a
value between 1.0 and 500.0 is allowed.
Please note that the configuration can only be loaded into the device after all errors are corrected.
After correcting all errors and pressing "Ok" the configuration is upload directly to the device.
Depending on the type of device a restart may be required in order to activate a new uploaded configuration. How a
device can be restarted also depends on the device type. Some devices must be disconnected from power supply
and reconnected again. Some devices automatically perform a restart after an update.
In a project a device can also be restarted by sending a certain command (via the button "(4) Reset Device" - see
section "3.4.11. Reseting a Device").
Note:
Read the description of the device and follow the instructions how to restart the device.
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3.4
Projects
A project contains the configurations of a set of devices and presents these configurations in a definable layout. For
example a project can be used to include the configurations for all access control devices of a company. A project
also includes a protocol which records all configuration changes. Furthermore the display texts of devices can be
defined in a project and loaded to the device.
Projects can be saved to disk for further editing or addition of more device configurations.
3.4.1 Creating a New Project / Opening an Existing Project
In order to generate a new project select the menu item "Project" -> "Create Project" from the "File" menu or select
the icon "Create Project" below the menu bar. An empty Project Window is opened and the project is in edit mode
(see Figure 3.13).
Figure 3.13 - Project window (new project)
To open an already existing project select the menu item "Project" -> "Open Project" from the "File" menu or select
the icon "Open Project" below the menu bar. The Project Selection window is shown, where all defined projects are
listed.
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Figure 3.14 - Project Selection
Select a project to open and click "OK". The project is opened and presented in the Project Window (see Figure
3.15), where all terminals, that are included in the project, are shown and can be accessed directly.
3.4.2 Project Window Overview
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Figure 3.15 - Project window
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The project window is divided into the following areas:
1) The tabs at the top show the opened projects. Several projects can be opened at once and you can change
between them via these tabs.
2) These icons are used for fast access to often used functions in the projects.
- Add Location: Add a location in the project tree (see 3.4.4. Adding a Location to a Project").
- Add Device:
Manually add a device to the project (see "3.4.5. Manually Adding Devices to a Project").
- Scan Device: Start the GAT Device Finder to scan the network for existing devices. Found devices can be
added to the project (see "3.4.6. Adding Devices to a Project by Scanning the Network for
Available Devices").
- Export Project: Export the currently opened project into a database, e.g. for backup (see "3.4.15. Import and
Export Projects").
- Set Time:
Start a wizard to set the date and time of certain devices (see "3.4.10. Reading and Setting
Date and Time of a Device").
- Save:
Save the currently opened project.
- Delete:
Delete the currently opened project. A confirmation window is opened where you must
confirm the deletion.
- Close:
Close the currently opened project. If changes in the project haven't been saved yet, you will
be asked to save the changes first or close the project without saving.
- Create Shortcut: Clicking this icon will create a shortcut of the currently opened project on the Windows
desktop. With this shortcut the project can be directly opened (GAT Configuration Manager
will be started automatically).
3) In this area the project details are shown. The name of the project and a short description will be shown and
can be changed here. Also the date when the project was created and last modified.
4) On the left side the project structure is shown as a tree, which shows all devices in the project. Devices can be
sorted by dragging them with the mouse and locations can be inserted, where the devices are then assigned.
The locations are only used for better overview and structure of the project and the must not match the real
system topology, although it is recommended to give them meaningful names.
5) These tabs give access to the configuration settings of the devices.
- Device Information:
Here the configuration (name, type, communication parameters, etc.) of the selected
device is shown and can be edited. Below the device information there are 5 buttons
which give access to certain functions like reading the device information, send the
configuration to the device, setting date and time, resetting a device (see "3.4.8.
Device Information").
- Configuration History: After making changes to a configuration the user can select, if the configuration shall
be saved in the configuration history. All the recorded configurations of the selected
device will be listed in the Configuration History tab and it is possible to import or
export the configurations here (see "3.4.13. Configuration History").
- Display Texts:
In this tab the defined display texts of the device can be loaded from the device and
changed (see "3.4.14. Display Texts").
6) In this area the device configuration can be edited. Depending on the selected tab in 5) different options will be
shown here.
3.4.3 Changing the View Mode of the Project Window
With the menu item "Change view mode" in the "Tools" menu it is possible to change the view mode of the project
window. When selecting this option the project information fields and the icon bars disappear so that more screen
space is available for the project tab. This may be helpful when working on a screen with less resolution, like for
example on a tablet PC.
To bring back the project information and icons, simply select the same menu item again.
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3.4.4 Adding a Location to a Project
For a large project it is useful to add locations first. Locations are used to structure a project. The devices are added
to the appropriate locations.
To add a location to the project you can select the icons
project tree and select "Add Location" from the pop-up menu.
or press the right mouse button into the
The following window will be opened.
Figure 3.16 - Add location
Enter a name for the location and press "OK". The location will be added to the project tree.
Note:
It is also possible to add locations below existing locations in order to build complex project trees.
3.4.5 Manually Adding Devices to a Project
The devices of a project must be added to the project tree to the left of the project window and can then be selected
for configuration.
Note:
When a device is added, it will be inserted to the location that was selected when adding the device.
Devices can be moved to other locations via Drag&Drop at any time.
To add a device manually to the project you can either first select the location, to which the device shall be inserted,
and select the icon
or you can press the right mouse button at the desired location into the project tree
and select "Add Device" -> "Add Device" from the pop-up menu.
A wizard will be opened.
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Figure 3.17 - Manually adding a device - step 1
The interface, where the device is connected, must be selected (here "TCP/IP"). Press "Next".
Figure 3.18 - Manually adding a device - step 2
In this window the settings for the interface must be set. There are different settings, depending on the selected
interface. The figure shows the TCP/IP settings. After entering the interface settings press "Next".
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Figure 3.19 - Manually adding a device - step 3
In this window enter a name for the device. This name is used in GAT Configuration Manager to display the device
in the project.
Press "Finish" to finally add the device to the project. The device will be shown in the project structure below the
selected location and the defined communication settings of the device are shown to the right.
3.4.6 Adding Devices to a Project by Scanning the Network for Available Devices
With the integrated Device Finder functionality it is possible to scan the network for available GANTNER devices to
be configured or added to a project. First make sure the scan settings are set correctly. This is done in the window
"General Settings", which is opened with the menu item "Device Scanning Settings" in the menu "Tools".
Figure 3.20 - General Settings for the Device Scanning functionality
The following settings are possible:
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- Scan upon start:
Will automatically start the scan function on every start of GAT Configuration
Manager.
- Ask to save changed configuration: When this option is marked, the user will be asked if to save a changed
configuration before closing.
- Advanced interface settings >>:
With this button the interface and settings for the scan function can be
defined. If this is not set, the default (usually the local LAN network) is used.
Else the following settings become visible:
- Use all network interfaces: This will use all available interfaces on the PC
(e.g. serial RS 232, LAN etc.) in the scan
process.
- Interface:
Select the interface to be used for the scan
process.
- IP/MAC address:
In case of a LAN network these fields show
the IP address and MAC address of the PC
where GAT Config Manager runs.
- Subnet mask:
Enter the subnet mask for your LAN network.
- Timeout for network scan: Timeout in milliseconds. When scanning and a
device doesn’t respond within this time period
the scan is stopped for this device.
- Configuration files - Directory:
Enter the default directory where to search for the configuration files.
After the scan settings are set, you can proceed with adding a device. Therefore either first select the location, to
which the device shall be inserted, and press the icon
or you press the right mouse button at the
desired location into the project tree and select "Scan Existing Device" from the pop-up menu.
Note:
When a device is added, it will be inserted to the location that was selected when adding the device.
Devices can be moved to other locations via Drag&Drop at any time.
Now the network will be scanned. Depending on the network this may take some time. After the network is scanned
all found devices are shown in the window.
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Figure 3.21 - Scanning devices on the network
Mark the device to add to the project by clicking on the device. Press "OK" to add the device.
Note: If a device is connected to power it will start-up, which may take some time. If the network is scanned during
the start-up process of the device, the device may not be found and the network must be scanned new to list
the device. The network can be scanned again with the button "Scan".
3.4.7 Deleting Locations and Devices
To delete a location or device, right-click with the mouse onto the device or location and from the pop-up menu
select "Remove Location" or "Remove Device".
When a device is deleted from a project, it will continue to operate normally, but it will no longer be accessible from
the project. If you wish, you can add the device to the project again.
Note: When you delete a location, all the devices, which were assigned to that location, will be deleted as well from
the project. If the location contained further "sub-locations" with devices, these will also be deleted.
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3.4.8 Device Information
When selecting a device in the project tree, general information and the interface parameters of the device will be
shown to the right in the tab "Device Information".
Figure 3.22 - General device information
The name of the device can be changed in the field "Name". This is the name that is used to display the device in
the project tree.
The device model will be read from the device and shown in the field "Device Model". It can only be displayed, if the
device is connected.
The field "Created" shows, when the device was added to the project and the field "Modified" shows, when the
device was last modified.
In the field "Communication options" all possible types of communication with the device are listed. You can mark
the communication type to be used by selecting it in the column "Active". To add a new communication type, rightclick with the mouse into the field and from the pop-up menu select "Add communication options" and then the type
of communication you want to add.
When clicking on a communication type, its communication settings are shown to the right. They can directly be
changed here.
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3.4.9 Configuring a device in a project
To configure a device, click onto the device in the project tree. The device information will be shown to the right.
First click onto the button "(1) Device Info" to read the device information from the device. If the device was found,
you can click onto "(2) Configure".
If the device has an external reader unit connected, a window is opened where it must be selected, whether to
configure the main device or the connected sub-reader.
Figure 3.23 - Selection between main device or reader configuration
Select the "Main Device" or the "Reader(s)" and press "Next >". The current device/reader configuration will be
loaded from the device and shown in a new window.
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Figure 3.24 - Device configuration
The configuration of a device is structured into different configuration categories (the list to the left) and each
category holds certain configuration properties (options), which are displayed in the right field after selecting the
corresponding configuration category.
Note: For detailed information about working with a device configuration see "3.2. Configuration File".
After making changes to a configuration and pressing "OK", a message window is shown to ask, if you want to
apply the configuration changes.
Figure 3.25 - Confirmation for configuration change
When pressing "Yes", the new configuration will be uploaded to the device. With "No" the configuration window is
closed without changing the configuration in the device. The changes made to the configuration are lost.
After uploading a new configuration to the device the following window is shown.
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Figure 3.26 - After changing a device configuration
Mark one option and press "Finish", to return to the project window. The options decide, if the changed configuration
shall be saved or discarded:
- No further action:
- Save configuration to database:
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The new configuration is only saved in the device but not on the PC.
The new configuration will be saved in the database of GAT Configuration
Manager as soon as the project is saved. This makes it possible to open the
configuration later to see all the settings of the configuration. Note that it is
necessary to save the project too, in order to actually save the configuration.
The database with all saved configurations can be accessed in the tab
"Configuration History" in the information screen of a device in a project (see
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3.4.10 Reading and Setting Date and Time of a Device
To read the date and time of a device, select the device in the project and on the "Device Information" tab to the
right click onto "(3) Get / Set Time". The following window is opened.
Figure 3.27 - Reading and Setting Date and Time of a Device
To read the current device time, click onto "Get Device Time". The current device time is read and displayed in the
window.
Figure 3.28 - Device Time
For the time synchronization there are three possible time sources to select. These are:
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- NTP time:
Use the time and date of an NTP server to set the device time. The NTP server can be selected in
the general program settings of GAT Configuration Manager (see "3.1. General Program
Settings").
- Local time:
The time of the PC, where GAT Configuration Manager is running, is used to set the device time.
- Custom time:
In the field next to this option a date and time can be entered manually and this information will be
used to set the device time.
After selecting a synchronization option press "Set Device Time", and the date and time of the device will be set
with the selected option. A successful synchronization is indicated with a corresponding message below the
synchronization option field and the set time in the device will also be shown in this message.
3.4.11 Reseting a Device
To reset a device means that the device is restarted. This may be necessary in order for some settings to take
effect.
Note:
Reset of a device is only possible for devices that support the reset command.
To reset a device, select the device in the project and on the "Device Information" tab to the right click onto "(4)
Reset Device". A window is opened, where you get asked if you really want to reset the device. If you confirm with
"OK" and the device supported the reset, another message window is shown.
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Figure 3.29 - Reset a device
3.4.12 Network Configuration of a Device
A network configuration of a device includes settings necessary for communication with the device.
To open the network configuration of a device, select the device in the project and on the "Device Information" tab
to the right click onto "(5) Network Config". Another possibility is to right-click onto the device in the project tree on
the left and select the menu item "Network Configuration" from the pop-up menu.
The following window is opened.
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Figure 3.30 - Network configuration of a device
In the top field "Device info" general information about the device (serial number, hardware and firmware version,
device type etc.) are displayed. These information cannot be changed. Below, the following settings can be edited:
- IP settings:
- DHCP:
- DNS/WINS:
- Serial:
- Edit defaults:
The IP addresses of the device ("IP address"), the subnet mask and the gateway can be changed.
The NetBIOS name is a unique designation of the device, which can be used to find the device on
a network for example via a DNS server. The Server TCP port is the port number used for
communicating with the device in online mode. Time Sync IP the IP address where the time
synchronisation service is running.
DHCP allows to connect a device to a TCP/IP network without editing its parameters. The DHCP
server will recognize the device on start-up and assign an IP address and set the communication
parameters. To activate DHCP, mark the setting "DHCP enabled" and enter the IP address of
your DHCP server.
DNS or WINS server are, for example, used for lookup IP addresses of device names. If you used
this functionality enter the IP addresses of the DNS and WINS servers here.
If the communication with the device is done via serial interface, the serial device address (1 up to
255) can be entered here.
With this button you can change the default serial settings which all serial devices will use for
communication. When pressing this button, the following window is opened.
Figure 3.31 - Default serial parameters
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In the field "Serial" you can select the type of protocol, baud rate and type of serial interface for
communication. The information in the "Server Port" and "DNS/WINS" fields must be set
according to the protocol requirements. For the FLEX protocol set the "Server Port" to 8000.
- Apply defaults: With this button the default serial communication settings (defined with the "Edit defaults..."
button) will be set for all devices.
In order to save the communication settings of the device, press the button "OK".
Note: When the option "Update device now" is marked, the device will be configured with the new communication
settings immediately after pressing "OK". Else changes to the settings will be saved and sent to the device later.
3.4.13 Configuration History
Every configuration of a device can be saved in the configuration history. This can be selected when configuring a
device (see "3.4.9. Configuring a device in a project"). If the user selects to save a configuration, the configuration
will be inserted in the configuration history. Every saved configuration can later be opened, to have access to the
settings of the configuration.
To show the configuration history of a device, select the device in the project tree and on the right of the project tree
go to the "Configuration History" tab.
Figure 3.32 - Configuration History
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The list shows all configurations, which have been loaded into the device AND were selected to be saved in the
configuration history.
Note: It is also possible to load a configuration into a device without saving it in the history.
The list contains the following information:
- Description: This is an automatically generated designation of the configuration and it includes the date and time
when the configuration was saved.
- Version:
Version of the configuration. The version depends on the device type and is sent by the device.
- Created On: This column indicates, when the configuration was added to the configuration history.
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With this icon the configuration is opened and displayed in a new window. It can only be viewed but
not edited.
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With this icon the configuration can be saved to a text file (in XML format).
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With this icon the configuration can be copied to another device of compatible type (see below).
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With this icon the configuration is deleted from the configuration history.
With this icon the configuration is printed.
To sort the list click on a header of a column, and the list is alphabetically sorted according to the selected column
texts. By clicking again on the same column, the sorting direction is reversed.
To import an external configuration into the configuration history of a device click on the button "(1) Import". A file
browser is opened where you must select a correct configuration file (text file in XML format with suffix ".gatconfig").
Copy a configuration to another device:
A configuration in the configuration history can be used as template to configure another device with the same
settings. It is possible to make changes to the copied configuration before applying the configuration to the new device.
Select a configuration to copy and press the button "(2) Copy Config". A wizard will be opened.
Figure 3.33 - Copy configuration - step 1
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Press the button "Select data to copy". This will open the configuration window.
Figure 3.34 - Copy configuration - step 2
Select, which data shall be copied for the configuration of the new device. By marking "Check All", all configuration
settings will be copied. Press "OK". The previous window is displayed again and now press "Next".
Figure 3.35 - Copy configuration - step 3
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In this window all devices, which are included in the project and are compatible to the copied configuration, will be
shown. Mark the device(s) where you want to copy the configuration and press "Next".
Figure 3.36 - Copy configuration - step 4
The selected devices in the previous window are listed. Select the communication type to use for each device and
press "Start Operation". The configuration will be loaded into the devices.
Note: Only the settings, which were selected for copying earlier, will be loaded to the device. The other settings will
remain unchanged.
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Figure 3.37 - Copy configuration - step 5
Icons in the first column of the list and a status text below the list will inform you, if the upload of the configuration
was successful or not.
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3.4.14 Display Texts
On the tab "Display Texts" of the configuration window the display texts of a device can be loaded from the device,
changed and exported or copied to another device. The import function allows importing display texts from an
external file. Display texts can be saved in several different languages, depending on whether this function is
supported by the device. For example to change the language for a GAT Access 6500 device the display texts of
the desired language can be imported and loaded to the device whereas, for example, a GAT Info 6800 can store
the display texts in several languages at once and the language to be displayed can directly be selected at the GAT
Info 6800.
The language to display at the device is set in the device configuration.
Select the device, of which to edit the display texts, in the project tree and then click on the tab "Display Texts".
Figure 3.38 - Display texts
At first the display tab will be empty. In the field "Language" select the language of the display texts you want to load
from the device and click on "(1) Read Texts". The display texts of the set language are loaded from the device and
displayed in the display tab.
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Figure 3.39 - Loaded display texts from the selected device
The display texts are stored in pairs of a "Key" and a "Value". The key is unique and identifies each single text. This
name is used in the device to show the correct text for a certain situation. The texts in the "Value" column will be
shown on the device display. For example in Figure 3.39 the key text "Hello" is shown on the display in the idle state
of the device as a "Greeting" for the users.
To change display texts, you can directly write the texts into the "Value" fields.
To display changing data in a display text (e.g. the current date or time) some devices support certain symbols
which act as place holders for the data to be shown. Please read the device description to see, if the device
supports that function and which symbols are available.
To upload changes of display texts back into the device, press the button "(2) Save Texts". Note that some devices
need to be restarted afterwards, in order to show the changes. This depends on the device type.
Import and Export Display Texts:
The currently shown display texts can be exported into a text file (XML-format). Click onto the field "(4) Export
Texts". A file browser window will be opened where you have to select the location and enter a file name. The file
extension is ".gatdsp".
To import display texts from a file (XML-format), press the button "(3) Import Texts". A file browser will be opened
where you must select the display text file. After importing the texts, they will be shown in the "Display Text" tab and
in order to upload the texts to the device press "(2) Save Texts".
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Copying Display Texts to another Device:
To copy display texts of a device to another device, select the device in the project tree and press the button "(5)
Copy Texts". The display texts in all languages must now be downloaded from the device. Confirm with "OK" to
proceed. The following window will appear.
Figure 3.40 - Copy display texts - step 1
All devices, that are compatible with the copied device, are listed here. Mark the devices where you want to copy
the display texts and press "Next".
Figure 3.41 - Copy display texts - step 2
Now press "Start Copy" and the copied display texts will be uploaded to the devices.
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Figure 3.42 - Copy display texts - step 3
Icons in the first column of the list and a status text below the list will inform you, if the upload of the display texts
was successful or not.
Set Font Info for Special Fonts (e.g. Cyrillic):
In order to show texts with special characters (other than the standard Latin font characters) on devices with
displays you can load the corresponding file to the devices. It is necessary to have the latest firmware versions in
the devices and also you need one of the following device models:
- GAT Return 6350
- GAT Info 6100
- GAT Time 6100
- GAT Access 6100
- GAT Access 6350
- GAT Access 6500
- GAT ST 170, 270, 370, 470, 570
- GAT TimeAxx 6150
To prepare a device for special characters first select the device in the project and go to the "Display Texts" tab.
Click the button "(6) Set Font Info". A file window is opened, where you can select the *.bin file for the special texts.
This file will then be loaded into the device.
Note:
On Windows 7 the standard directory where these font info files are located is:
C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\GAT\GAT Config Manager\Fonts
The font info files are available from the GANTNER server and if new files are available, they can be
downloaded with the menu item "Update font files" in the menu "Tools".
In order to set the font info back to standard Latin characters open the configuration of the device and deactivate the
option "Use alternative Font".
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Figure 3.43 - Alternative Font Setting
3.4.15 Import and Export Projects
A project can be exported into a database file, e.g. for backup purposes. Select the menu item "Project" -> "Export
Projects" from the "File" menu or press the icon "Export Projects" below the menu bar.
A window is opened, where all projects in the GAT Configuration Manager are listed.
Figure 3.44 - Export a project
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Mark the project to be exported and press "OK". A file browser is opened where you can select the location and
enter a file name for the export file.
To import a project from an external database file select the menu item "Project" -> "Import Projects" from the "File"
menu or press the icon "Import Projects" below the menu bar.
A file browser is opened where you must select the database file that contains the project. After importing a project,
it will be added to the project selection window and it can be opened with the menu item "Project" -> "Open Project"
in the file menu or with the icon "Open Project" below the menu bar.
3.4.16 Setting Date and Time of Devices
With GAT Config Manager the date and time of the devices can be set. Therefore press the button "Set Time" at the
top of the project window. The following window is opened.
Figure 3.45 - Set date and time of devices - step 1
All devices, that are compatible for setting of date and time, are listed here. Mark the devices where you want to set
the date and time and press "Next".
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Figure 3.46 - Set date and time of devices - step 2
Now press "Start Operation".
Figure 3.47 - Set date and time of devices - step 3
Icons in the first column of the list and a status text below the list will inform you, if the setting of the time and date
were successful or not.
Note: The devices will be set to the current time and date of the NTP server.
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3.5
GAT Lock 60x0 Configuration
To configure an electronic locker lock GAT Lock 60x0 from GANTNER Electronic GmbH, the lock is connected to a
serial COM port of the PC via the configuration cable (see also the manual of the electronic locker locks). The
configuration of the lock can then be downloaded from the lock, edited as required and uploaded back into the lock.
First open a project and add a lock (or locker respectively) to the project. This is done by right-clicking on the correct
location in the project tree and selecting "Add Device" -> "Add Locker".
Figure 3.48 - Add a locker to a project
After selecting a lock (locker) from the project tree, the general lock information is shown under the tab "Lock
Information" tab to the right. The following information is shown.
- Name:
- Lock Type:
This name is used in GAT Config Manager to identify the lock(s) schown in the project tree.
There are different types of offline locks available. Select the type of lock here.
Note: "GATLock6000_LEGIC" is to be used for GAT
Lock 6xxx B locks with firmware version 3.0 or higher.
For older LEGIC locks please use the locker type
"GATLock6000_LEGIC_Old".
- COM Port:
- Device Address:
- Time zone:
- Created:
- Modified:
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This is the serial COM port, where the lock is connected at the PC.
Each lock in a facility must have a unique address, which is entered in this field.
For the correct time settings select the global time zone of your location.
Date and time when the lock was added to the project.
Date and time when the configuration of the lock was last modified.
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3.5.1 Read Lock Information
To view the current information from a connected locker, press the button "(1) Device Info". The read information
are displayed next to the "Device Info" field and includes the Information shown in the following figure.
3.5.2 Configure Locks
To edit the configuration of a single connected lock press the button "(2) Configure". The following window is opened.
Figure 3.49 - Locker configuration
To read the current configuration parameters of a lock press the button "Read Settings". The configuration
parameters are displayed in the bottom list and can be changed here.
Which parameters are shown depends on the type of lock and the selected user interface mode at the top of the
window. In "Simple Mode" only the main parameters are shown. In "Expert Mode" all available configuration
parameters of the lock are listed.
Each lock in a facility must have a unique locker number. This can be set in the field "Locker Number".
You can make changes by directly editing the parameters in the list. When you select a parameter, a short
description of the parameter is shown below the list. Please see the GAT Lock 60x0 manual (HB_GATLOCK6010B--EN_10.pdf (LEGIC®), HB_GAT-LOCK6010B--EN_10.pdf (MIFARE®) or HB_GAT-LOCK6010B-EN_10.pdf (ISO 15693)) for more detailed information on each parameter and its function.
Once all parameters have been defined and you want to upload the configuration to the lock, click on “Write
Settings”.
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3.5.3 Uploading Configuration to Multiple Locks
A previously defined locker configuration can be uploaded to multiple lockers via the “Locker configuration wizard”
(see Figure 3.49). The lock configuration and the latest firmware version can be conveniently uploaded to each lock
consecutively. After opening the wizard and editing the relevant settings, each lock must then be connected to the
PC via the USB connection cable to receive the configuration file. No further input is necessary after the file is
uploaded to the lock.
To open the “Locker configuration window”, press the button "(3) Load Lockers". The following window is opened.
Figure 3.50 - Locker configuration wizard - step 1
The following fields and options are shown in this window:
"Locker Coding Range":
- Locker Number Start:
- Locker Number End:
"Locker Coding Settings":
- Update locker firmware:
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Number of the first lock to be uploaded.
Number of the last lock to be uploaded.
When a new firmware is available for the locks, this field can be marked
and the new firmware file selected. The configuration wizard will then
upload the new firmware along with the configuration into each lock.
You can check for new firmware files by clicking on the "Download
Updates" button. GAT Configuration Manager will connect to the
GANTNER Server and show the available firmware files for the lock.
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Select the firmware version you want to upload to the locks, then press
"Download Package". This will download the firmware and automatically fill
in the location and name of the file in the input field of the wizard.
- Increase locker number automatically: When this option is set, the locker number will automatically increase
consecutively after each lock that has been uploaded.
- Notify result with sound signals:
When this option is set, a corresponding sound will be emitted from the PC
to indicate a successful or unsuccessful upload.
- Speak locker numbers:
When this option is set, the locker numbers of the locks will be output with a
computer-generated voice. For this to work, the windows function, Microsoft
Sam (for Windows XP or older) or Microsoft Anna (for Windows Vista or
higher) must be installed to generate the voice output.
Click on "Next" when you are ready to begin uploading the locker configuration to the locks. The following window is opened.
Figure 3.51 - Locker configuration wizard - step 2
Press "Start configuration" and connect the first lock to the PC via the USB cable. The configuration settings are
automatically uploaded to the lock and the progress of the upload process is represented by a moving bar.
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Figure 3.52 - Locker configuration wizard - step 3
After the upload is finished and depending on the settings in the previous window the lock number counter will be
increased by one and the upload status is indicated by a message text, a coloured background and a sound signal.
Figure 3.53 - Locker configuration wizard - step 4
After uploading the configuration to the first lock, simply disconnect the USB cable and connect it to the second
lock. The upload process continues automatically. Press "Finish" to close the configuration wizard after all locks
have been uploaded.
Note: If the locker number is not increased automatically, it is possible that there is a wrong setting in a
configuration file. In a text or XML editor open the "LockerSettings.xml" file in the following location:
C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Roaming\GAT\GAT.Locker.Configuration.UI\LockerSettings.xml
In this file search the following line and make sure that the value of this option is set to "true" and not "false":
<AutoIncrementLockerNumber>true</AutoIncrementLockerNumber>
Please note, that the "LockerSettings.xml" file is only generated after the first call of the locker configuration
wizard and doesn’t exist before.
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3.5.4 Load Bookings from a Lock
With the button "(4) Load Bookings" in the locker configuration tab it is possible to download the bookings stored in
the selected lock and save them to a file. When pressing this button the download window is shown.
Figure 3.54 - Download bookings from lock
The lock must be set to service mode (using the service data carrier). Next the booking download will start
automatically. After complete download a file dialog will be opened where you can select the location and file name
to save the bookings.
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3.6
GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000 Configuration
To configure the GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000 electronic locker lock from GANTNER Electronic GmbH, the lock must
be connected to the USB port of your PC via the configuration cable (see the GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000 manual for
more information). The configuration of the lock can then be downloaded from the lock, edited as required and
uploaded back into the lock.
First open a project and add a lock (or locker respectively) to the project. This is done by right-clicking on the correct
location in the project tree and selecting "Add Device" -> "Add ECO Side.Lock 7000". This process is shown in
Figure 3.55.
Figure 3.55 - Adding a GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000
After the lock has been added to a location within the project tree, the lock is then displayed under the associated
location along with more detailed information as shown in Figure 3.56.
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Figure 3.56 - Display after adding GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000
After selecting a lock (locker) from the project tree, general lock information is shown under the "Lock Information"
tab to the right. The following information is shown.
- Name:
- Created:
- Modified:
This name is used in GAT Config Manager to identify the lock(s) shown in the project tree.
Date and time when the lock was added to the project.
Date and time when the configuration of the lock was last modified.
Figure 3.57 - Lock Information tab
3.6.1 Read Lock Information
To view the current information from a connected lock, press the button "(1) Device Info". The read information is
displayed next to the "Device Info" field and includes the information shown in the following figure.
Figure 3.58 - Device Info field
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3.6.2 Configure Locks
To edit the configuration of a single connected lock press the button "(2) Configure". The following window is opened.
Figure 3.59 - Edit configuration window
The “Edit Configuration” window is used to view and configure all the parameters and settings available in the GAT
ECO.Side Lock 7000.
Important lock settings such as the operating mode, i.e., free locker or personal locker, and the locker number can
be set under the “Operating Mode” sub-menu. The desired RF technology can be selected under the “RF
standards” sub-menu and up to 10 master cards can be assigned to function with the lock via the “Master cards”
sub-menu.
You can make changes by directly editing the parameters in the list. When you select a parameter, a short
description of the parameter is shown below the list. Please see the GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000 manual (HB_GATECO.SideLock--EN_10.pdf) for more detailed information on each parameter and its function.
Once all parameters have been defined and you want to upload the configuration to the lock, click on “Ok” at the
bottom of the window then click “Yes” to apply the configuration to the device.
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3.6.3 Uploading Configuration to Multiple Lockers
A previously defined locker configuration can be uploaded to multiple lockers via the “Locker configuration wizard”
(see Figure 3.60). The lock configuration and the latest firmware version can be conveniently uploaded to each lock
consecutively. After opening the wizard and editing the relevant settings, each lock must then be connected to the
PC via the USB connection cable to receive the configuration file. No further input is necessary after the file is
uploaded to the lock.
The lock configuration to be uploaded to multiple lockers must first be read by GAT Config Manager. Press the
button “(2) Configure” to start this process. If necessary, change the lock configuration and click “Ok” then “Yes” in
the following window to upload the configuration to the lock. You can also click on “Cancel” and close the “Edit
configuration” window if the lock configuration does not need modifying.
To open the “Locker configuration window”, press the button "(3) Load Lockers". The following window is opened.
Figure 3.60 - Locker configuration wizard - step 1
The following fields and options are shown in this window:
"Locker Coding Range":
- Range Start:
- Range End:
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Number of the first lock to be uploaded.
Number of the last lock to be uploaded.
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"Locker Coding Settings":
- Update lock firmware:
- Update lock configuration:
- Set Date and Time:
- Increase lock number automatically:
- Notify result with sound signals:
- Automatic Antenna Adjust after
USB disconnect:
When new firmware is available for the locks, this field can be marked and
the new firmware file selected. The configuration wizard will then upload the
new firmware along with the configuration file into each lock.
You can check for new firmware files by clicking on the "Download
Updates" button. GAT Config Manager will connect to the GANTNER
Server then display all the firmware files available for the lock.
Select the firmware version you want to upload to the locks then press
"Download Package". This will download the firmware and automatically fill
in the location and name of the file in the input field of the wizard.
When this option is set, all settings from the previously configured lock in
GAT Config Manager will be uploaded to all lockers within the defined
range.
When this option is set, the current date and time as set on the local PC will
be uploaded to the lock.
When this option is set, the locker number will automatically increase
consecutively after each lock has been uploaded.
When this option is set, a corresponding sound will be emitted from the PC
to indicate a successfull or unsuccessful upload.
When this option is set, the antenna within the GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000
will be automatically adjusted to optimise the data carrier reading range.
Click on "Next" when you are ready to begin uploading the locker configuration to the locks. The following window is
opened.
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Figure 3.61 - Locker configuration wizard - step 2
Press "Start configuration" then connect the first lock to the PC via the USB cable. The configuration settings are
automatically uploaded to the lock and the progress of the upload process is represented by a moving bar.
Figure 3.62 - Locker configuration wizard - step 3
After the upload is finished and depending on the settings defined in the previous window, the lock number counter
will increase by one and the upload status is indicated by a message, a coloured background and a sound signal.
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Figure 3.63 - Locker configuration wizard - step 4
After uploading the configuration to the first lock, simply disconnect the USB cable and connect it to the second
lock. The upload process continues automatically. Press "Finish" to close the configuration wizard after all locks
have been uploaded.
3.6.4 Load Bookings from a GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000
With the "(4) Load Bookings" button in the locker configuration tab it is possible to download the bookings stored in
the selected lock and save them to a file. The lock must be connected to the PC via the USB cable to download the
bookings. The following window is shown after pressing the "(4) Load Bookings" button.
Figure 3.64 - Download bookings from a lock
The following fields and options are shown in this window:
- Locker Number:
- Time of Booking:
- RFID Standard:
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Number assigned to the GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000 and locker respectively.
Date on which the booking was made.
The RFID standard of the data carrier used to activate the booking (if
applicable).
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- Lock Booking Number:
- Code:
- Data Carrier Number:
A number is consecutively assigned to each booking to simplify
identification.
Command name related to the action associated with the booking.
Number of the data carrier used to activate the booking (if applicable).
You can view the bookings in the window or choose to save the bookings as a CSV file. Click on the “Export to
CSV” button at the top of the window to save the information. A “Save under” window will open where you can
select the file name and location to save the bookings.
3.6.5 Load System Bookings from a GAT ECO.Side Lock 7000
With the button "(5) Load System Bookings" in the locker configuration tab it is possible to download the system
bookings stored in the selected lock and save them to a file. The lock must be connected to the PC via the USB
cable to download the system bookings. The following window is shown after pressing the "(5) Load System
Bookings" button.
Figure 3.65 - Download system bookings from a lock
The following fields and options are shown in this window:
- Time of Booking:
- Sys Log Code:
- Data Carrier Number:
Date on which the system booking was made.
Command associated with the action performed to the lock.
Number of the data carrier associated with the system booking.
You can view the system bookings in the window or choose to save the bookings as a CSV file. Click on the “Export
to CSV” button at the top of the window to save the information. A “Save under” window will open where you can
select the file name and location to save the bookings.
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Configuration of Electronic Door Locks GAT DL 3xx
To configure the electronic door lock GAT DL 3xx from GANTNER Electronic GmbH, the wireless transmitter GAT
DL 090 USB must be connected to a USB interface at the PC. The driver for the wireless transmitter is delivered
together with the installation kit of GAT Config Manager and must be installed for the transmitter to work. A USB
serial Port (COM) is installed as soon as the wireless transmitter is connected to the computer.
With the wireless transmitter it is possible to communicate with a GAT DL 3xx over a distance of up to 10 m. The
communication range depends on the surroundings, e.g. if there are walls or doors between the PC and the
corresponding GAT DL 3xx.
It is possible to download bookings from a GAT DL 3xx and to upload a new configuration into the GAT DL 3xx. In
order to activate those functions, the GAT DL 3xx must be set into communication mode with the programming card
or the communication card.
First open a project and add a GAT DL 3xx device to the project. Therefore right-click in the project tree and select
"Add Device" -> "Add GAT DL3xx".
Figure 3.66 - Add a GAT DL 3xx to a project
When selecting a GAT DL 3xx in the project tree, the general settings of that GAT DL 3xx are shown in the tab
"GAT DL 3xx Information" to the right.
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Figure 3.67 - GAT DL 3xx settings
The following information is shown:
- Description:
- Serial Port:
This name is used by GAT Config Manager to display the GAT DL 3xx in the project tree.
This is the serial COM port, where the RFID Transmitter is connected at the PC. You can
see, which COM Port is used, by opening the Windows Device Manager and in the section
"Connections (COM & LPT)" there should be an entry "USB Serial Port (COM x)", which
shows the used COM port.
- ST220 Path:
Location of the GAT ST 220 Service installation directory. You can use the button "…" to
select the directory, where the GAT ST 220 Service is installed.
The GAT ST 220 Service manages the communication between GAT Manager and GAT
Config Manager. It provides the configuration files for upload into the GAT DL 3xx cylinders
and stores the bookings that are downloaded from the GAT DL 3xx cylinders.
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- Functions:
On the right side there are several functions that can be activated in the GAT DL 3xx.
- RFID Wakeup Enabled:
When this option is set, the GAT DL 3xx will automatically
detect a data carrier and read the information on it. If this
option is unchecked, the knob of the GAT DL 320 must be
turned in order to wake-up the electronics and then a data
carrier can be held to the knob. For GAT DL 350 and GAT DL
360 the RFID Wake up is always enabled.
- LEGIC Prime Enabled:
Select if the GAT DL 3xx shall be able to read LEGIC® prime
data carriers.
- LEGIC Advant Enabled:
Select if the GAT DL 3xx shall be able to read LEGIC® advant
data carriers.
- ISO 14443A/B Enabled:
Mark this option if the GAT DL 3xx shall read MIFARE data
carriers.
- ISO 15693 Enabled:
Mark this option if the GAT DL 3xx shall read ISO 15693 data
carriers.
- Felicia Enabled:
Mark this option if the GAT DL 3xx shall read SONY Felica
data carriers.
- Inside Enabled:
Mark this option if the GAT DL 3xx shall read Inside
Contactless data carriers like e.g. HID IClass.
These settings are the same for all locks which are managed in this part of the project tree. If you need different
settings for other locks, add an additional tree in the project.
- Found Devices:
This list shows an entry for each configuration file that is found in the GAT ST 220 Service
directory.
- Synchronize:
Searches for configuration files and displays all found files in the list "Found Devices" (see
"3.7.1. Synchronise the Configuration Files").
- Configure:
To upload the configuration of the selected GAT DL 3xx locks (see "3.7.2. Upload the
Configuration to the GAT DL 3xx Locks ").
- Download Bookings: Download the bookings from the selected GAT DL 3xx locks to save them in the GAT ST
220 Service directory (see "3.7.3. Download Bookings from the GAT DL 3xx Locks ").
3.7.1 Synchronise the Configuration Files
For each GAT DL 3xx a single file is used for configuration. Those files are saved in the directory of the GAT ST
220 service in the subfolder "ST220Data".
GAT Config Manager will check this directory and display all the found configurations in the list "Found Devices". If
files are added or changed in this directory, press "Synchronize" in order to reload and display the new
configurations.
Those configurations that have not changed since the last upload to the devices are displayed in green colour and
the option field "Loading Required" is not set. Configurations, that have changed or are new, are displayed in yellow
colour.
Normally all found configuration files are shown in the "Found Devices" list of a GAT DL 3xx. If you want to hide
some of those files, which are not necessary for that device or should be configured in another tree of the project
with other default values, uncheck the option field "Enabled". Those configurations will be shown in grey colour and
are not displayed anymore after the next synchronisation. To show all configurations again, click with the right
mouse button into the list and select "Show all terminals" from the pop-up menu, that appears. With the menu item
"Hide other terminals" from this pop-up menu you can again hide the configurations that are not "Enabled".
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Figure 3.68 - Hiding and un-hiding configurations
3.7.2 Upload the Configuration to the GAT DL 3xx Locks
To send a new configuration to a GAT DL 3xx, mark the field "Loading Required" of the corresponding configuration
and press "Configure". It is also possible to mark several configurations at once.
The following window is opened, where the upload process can be controlled.
Figure 3.69 - Uploading configurations to GAT DL 3xx cylinders
GAT Config Manager waits for the selected GAT DL 3xx cylinder to become active. A GAT DL 3xx must be set into
communication mode in order to upload a configuration. Therefore the communication card or the programming
card is used. If the option "RFID Wakeup" is enabled, the GAT DL 3xx will automatically be set into communication
mode as soon as the communication card is held to the reading field. If this option is not set, the nob of the cylinder
must be turned to wake-up the electronics and then the communication card must be held to the reading field within
the following two seconds.
When a GAT DL 3xx is connected, the upload process will start and the status bar at the bottom of the window
shows the upload progress.
All GAT DL 3xx, which are selected for upload, are listed in the field "Cylinders". The cylinders, which have been
successfully uploaded, are shown with green background in this list (in the following example the cylinder "ST220103" has successfully been uploaded with the new configuration but the cylinder "ST220-102" has not been
uploaded yet).
You can cancel the uploading by pressing "Cancel". The window remains open but now you have the possibility to
manually upload each cylinder.
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Figure 3.70 - Manual upload of configurations to GAT DL 3xx cylinders
To manually load a certain configuration into a GAT DL 3xx select the option "Manual (Select the configuration that
should be loaded next)". Then mark the configuration to be loaded in the "Cylinders" field. A black arrow symbol in
the first column of the list shows, which configuration is selected.
Press "Start" and set the GAT DL 3xx, to which the selected configuration shall be loaded, into communication mode.
Note: With the manual upload it is possible to change the address of a GAT DL 3xx by selecting the configuration
with the new address and then setting the GAT DL 3xx, for which you want to set this address, into
communication mode.
3.7.3 Download Bookings from the GAT DL 3xx Locks
To read the bookings from the GAT DL 3xx press the button "Download Bookings". The following window is shown.
Figure 3.71 - Download of bookings from the GAT DL 3xx cylinders
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When this window is open set the GAT DL 3xx, from which the bookings shall be loaded, into communication mode.
As soon as the cylinder is recognised, the bookings will be downloaded and stored in the GAT ST 220 Service
directory. The download progress is shown with the progress bar at the bottom. After successful download the
corresponding line in the table "Cylinders" is shown in green colour.
You can cancel the download of bookings or start the download again with the buttons "Cancel" and "Start". If the
bookings are downloaded from all GAT DL 3xx, that shall be processed, close the window with the button "Close".
Note:
3.8
The bookings are loaded into the sub-directory "MT010Download" in the GAT ST 220 Service directory
and as soon as one of the booking files is processed by the GAT ST 220 service the booking file is deleted
from the sub-directory and a backup of this file is stored in the sub-directory "MT010BackupData".
Log Files
The GAT Configuration Manager is logging all important actions and events happening in the application and when
communicating with the devices. This includes error messages as well as information about configuration updates
of devices etc. The log file can be helpful in case of service or hotline support.
To open the log file, select the menu item "Open log file" in the menu "File". The log file is a text file which is opened
in the standard Windows Editor. You can save the file to another location or copy text to the clipboard for example.
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3.9
GAT Time Sync
GAT Time Sync is a tool that is part of the GAT SyncManager software package. It runs as a Windows® service and
it is used to automatically synchronize date and time of devices in a network.
During installation of GAT Configuration Manager you can select to install GAT TimeSync. Therefore mark the "GAT
TimeSync" entry in the installation wizard, which means you must change the "X" symbol to the "disk" symbol,
before proceeding with "Next >".
Note:
GAT TimeSync can also be installed after GAT Configuration Manager has been installed already by
starting the setup again. Pay attention to leave GAT Configuration Manager as it is and only change the
GAT TimeSync entry.
Figure 3.72 - Installing GAT TimeSync
To start GAT Time Sync from GAT Configuration Manager, you can press the button "Run GAT Time Sync".
The GAT TimeSync Windows® service will start and the user interface of GAT TimeSync will be opened.
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Figure 3.73 - GAT Time Sync user interface
Here the service status is indicated, as well as the synchronization options (bottom left) and a list of IP addresses or
device names (bottom right), which shall be synchronized. With the icons at the top of the window you can control
the GAT Time Sync service, i.e. start or stop the service and test the connections to devices.
For more information about GAT Time Sync see the GAT Sync Manager manual.
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3.10 GAT Config Manager 1.5
For older devices, which are not compatible with GAT Config Manager 2.x, the previous version of GAT Config
Manager (version 1.5) must be used.
During installation of GAT Config Manager you can select to also install version 1.5 of GAT Config Manager.
Therefore mark the "GAT Config Manager 1.5" entry in the installation wizard, which means you must change the
"X" symbol to the "disk" symbol, before proceeding with "Next >".
Note:
GAT Config Manager 1.5 can also be installed after GAT Config Manager 3.0 has been installed already,
by starting the setup again. Pay attention to leave GAT Config Manager 3.0 as it is and only change the
GAT Config Manager 1.5 entry.
Figure 3.74 - Installing GAT Config Manager 1.5
To start GAT Config Manager 1.5 from GAT Config Manager, you can press the button "Run GAT Config Manager 1.5 ".
When you press this icon, a window is opened and you have to select the windows user to run this older version.
This is necessary because the GAT Config Manager 1.5 needs to be run with administrator rights in Windows 7
and if GAT Config Manager 3 is running currently with a user without administrator right, you have the possibility to
change the user here. You can also select the option "Current user" if the current user has administrator rights. This
will start the older version with the same user that currently runs GAT Configuration Manager 3.0.
After selecting the user and pressing "OK", GAT Config Manager 1.5 will start.
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Note:
This manual is valid as from July 25th 2014. It is subject to change,
amendments and changes can be made without prior notice at any time!
This manual is valid for version 3.8.0 of the GAT Configuration Manager software.
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