Door Access Control Module
Door Access Control Module
Operation Instructions
EN
DACM
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | Trademarks
Trademarks
Microsoft®, Windows® 98, ME, 2000, XP, and NT® are
either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
Pentium® is a registered trademark of the Intel
Corporation.
Lotus® is a registered trademark of IBM.
Crystal Reports® is a registered trademark of Business
Objects.
Software License Agreement
Use of Software
You can install and use this software only for its
intended purpose.
Copyright
You cannot duplicate or copy this software or its
documentation, except that you can make one backup
copy of the software. All copies must bear copyright
notices contained in the original copy.
Limited Warranty
Bosch Security Systems warrants that the software
performs substantially in accordance with the printed
documentation when correctly installed on a properly
configured computer for which it is intended. Bosch
Security Systems warrants the CD-ROM upon which
this product is recorded to be free from defects in
materials and workmanship under normal use for a
period of one year from the date of purchase. During
the warranty period, Bosch Security Systems will
replace CD-ROMs that prove to be defective.
Bosch Security Systems does not warrant and cannot
warrant the performance or results you obtain by using
the software or documentation. In no event is Bosch
Security Systems liable to you for any consequential,
incidental, or special damages. For further warranty
information, please contact Bosch Security Systems.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
EN | 2
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | Contents
EN | 3
Contents
1.
1.1
1.2
1.3
2.
3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
4.
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
6.
7.
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
8.
Introduction............................................................................................................................................................ 8
Documentation Conventions ................................................................................................................................. 8
Scope of Document ................................................................................................................................................. 8
Minimum System Requirements ........................................................................................................................... 8
DACM Overview .................................................................................................................................................. 9
DACM Configuration.........................................................................................................................................11
DACM Configuration from Proximity Reader/Keypad...................................................................................12
Erase the DACM ...................................................................................................................................................14
DACM Configuration from Control Panel ........................................................................................................14
Configure a DACM in an Existing Control Panel ............................................................................................16
DACM Operation ...............................................................................................................................................16
Grant Access ..........................................................................................................................................................16
Clear Trouble and Tamper Conditions ..............................................................................................................17
Clear a Fire Alarm.................................................................................................................................................17
Arm and Disarm the DACM’s Area ...................................................................................................................17
DACM Software ..................................................................................................................................................18
Overview ................................................................................................................................................................18
Install the Software ................................................................................................................................................18
Start the Software...................................................................................................................................................19
Main Screen ...........................................................................................................................................................21
Wizards ...................................................................................................................................................................26
Configure Users .....................................................................................................................................................32
Configure Access Points .......................................................................................................................................43
Configure System Settings ....................................................................................................................................47
Format and Statistics Window .............................................................................................................................52
Configure Security Settings ..................................................................................................................................54
View and Print Reports ........................................................................................................................................58
Utility Window ......................................................................................................................................................62
Remove the Software ............................................................................................................................................64
DACM Connections ...........................................................................................................................................65
Data Transfer Unit (DTU) .................................................................................................................................66
Overview ................................................................................................................................................................66
Status LEDs ............................................................................................................................................................66
Add the DTU to the Device List .........................................................................................................................66
Update a DACM ...................................................................................................................................................68
Add a DACM ........................................................................................................................................................69
Add Card Formats.................................................................................................................................................69
Clear the DTU .......................................................................................................................................................69
Troubleshooting ..................................................................................................................................................70
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | Contents
EN | 4
Figures
Figure 1:
Figure 2:
Figure 3:
Figure 4:
Figure 5:
Figure 6:
Figure 7:
Figure 8:
Figure 9:
Figure 10:
Figure 11:
Figure 12:
Figure 13:
Figure 14:
Figure 15:
Figure 16:
Figure 17:
Figure 18:
Figure 19:
Figure 20:
Figure 21:
Figure 22:
Figure 23:
Figure 24:
Figure 25:
Figure 26:
Figure 27:
Figure 28:
Figure 29:
Figure 30:
Figure 31:
Figure 32:
Figure 33:
Figure 34:
Figure 35:
Figure 36:
Figure 37:
Figure 38:
Figure 39:
Figure 40:
Figure 41:
Figure 42:
Figure 43:
Figure 44:
Figure 45:
Figure 46:
Figure 47:
Figure 48:
Figure 49:
Figure 50:
Figure 51:
Figure 52:
Figure 53:
Controller Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 9
Proximity Reader/Keypad Status LEDs ......................................................................................................... 9
Card and Keyfob Overview ...........................................................................................................................10
DTU Overview ................................................................................................................................................11
DACM Hardware Reset .................................................................................................................................14
Users in Multiple Control Panels...................................................................................................................16
Setup Wizard Window ....................................................................................................................................18
License Agreement Window ..........................................................................................................................18
Destination Folder Window ...........................................................................................................................19
Setup Wizard Completed Window................................................................................................................19
Logon Window ................................................................................................................................................19
Windows® Classic Interface ............................................................................................................................20
Graphic Style (XP) Interface ..........................................................................................................................20
Logon Tip Window .........................................................................................................................................20
Main Screen......................................................................................................................................................21
Transaction Window .......................................................................................................................................22
Device Pane......................................................................................................................................................23
Main Screen Status Bar ...................................................................................................................................25
List of Downloads Required Window ...........................................................................................................25
New Device Add/Replace Window ..............................................................................................................26
PIN Codes Window ........................................................................................................................................26
Standard Mode Operation Window..............................................................................................................26
Access Point Name Window ..........................................................................................................................27
Test Wizard – Enter Card Number..............................................................................................................27
Test Wizard – DACM OK .............................................................................................................................27
Test Wizard – Present Card ...........................................................................................................................27
Test Wizard – Card Information ...................................................................................................................28
Test Wizard – Configuration ..........................................................................................................................28
Test Wizard – Hardware Tests.......................................................................................................................28
Test Wizard – Command Tests......................................................................................................................29
Test Wizard – Test Results .............................................................................................................................29
Test Wizard – System OK ..............................................................................................................................29
New Format Wizard ........................................................................................................................................29
Add New Card Wizard ...................................................................................................................................30
User Record List ..............................................................................................................................................31
Replace Wizard – Change Card Status.........................................................................................................31
Replace Wizard – Confirmation ....................................................................................................................31
Cardholder Configuration Window ..............................................................................................................32
User Pane..........................................................................................................................................................33
User Record List ..............................................................................................................................................33
Main Settings Tab............................................................................................................................................33
Other Info Tab.................................................................................................................................................35
Mode Settings Tab...........................................................................................................................................36
Personal Info Tab ............................................................................................................................................36
Vehicle Info Tab..............................................................................................................................................37
Card Diagnostics Window ..............................................................................................................................38
Card Diagnostics Window - Summary..........................................................................................................38
Search Tool.......................................................................................................................................................38
Employer Option Window .............................................................................................................................39
Employer Configuration Window .................................................................................................................39
Department Option Window .........................................................................................................................40
Department Configuration Window..............................................................................................................40
Car Make Option Window.............................................................................................................................41
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | Contents
EN | 5
Figure 54: Car Make Configuration Tab.........................................................................................................................41
Figure 55: Car Model Option Window ...........................................................................................................................42
Figure 56: Car Model Configuration Tab .......................................................................................................................42
Figure 57: Access Point Configuration Window.............................................................................................................43
Figure 58: Access Point/Group Pane ...............................................................................................................................44
Figure 59: Access Point Tab..............................................................................................................................................44
Figure 60: Device Parameters Tab ...................................................................................................................................46
Figure 61: Access Groups Tab..........................................................................................................................................47
Figure 62: System Settings Window.................................................................................................................................47
Figure 63: System Settings Pane .......................................................................................................................................48
Figure 64: Site Info Tab.....................................................................................................................................................48
Figure 65: Installer Info Tab .............................................................................................................................................49
Figure 66: E-mail Facilites Tab .........................................................................................................................................49
Figure 67: Database Maintenance Tab ............................................................................................................................50
Figure 68: Backup Time Settings Window......................................................................................................................50
Figure 69: General Settings Tab .......................................................................................................................................51
Figure 70: Format and Statistics Window........................................................................................................................52
Figure 71: Card Type Pane ...............................................................................................................................................52
Figure 72: Card Type Information Tab...........................................................................................................................53
Figure 73: Card Matching Tab .........................................................................................................................................54
Figure 74: Security Settings Window ...............................................................................................................................54
Figure 75: Card Type Pane ...............................................................................................................................................55
Figure 76: User Settings Tab.............................................................................................................................................55
Figure 77: Create New DACM PC User Window.........................................................................................................56
Figure 78: Change Password Window.............................................................................................................................56
Figure 79: Group Authorization Tab ...............................................................................................................................57
Figure 80: Create New Group Window ..........................................................................................................................57
Figure 81: Current Group Access Permissions ...............................................................................................................58
Figure 82: Report Window................................................................................................................................................58
Figure 83: Report Records Selection Criteria Window .................................................................................................60
Figure 84: Export Window................................................................................................................................................61
Figure 85: Utility Window.................................................................................................................................................62
Figure 86: Utility Pane .......................................................................................................................................................63
Figure 87: Utility Window Progress Bar..........................................................................................................................64
Figure 88: Start → Settings → Control Panel..................................................................................................................64
Figure 89: Control Panel→Add/Remove Programs ......................................................................................................64
Figure 90: Select Program to Uninstall ............................................................................................................................65
Figure 91: Add/Remove Programs Prompt ....................................................................................................................65
Figure 92: Controller to PC Connection .........................................................................................................................65
Figure 93: DTU Status LEDs ............................................................................................................................................66
Figure 94: DTU Cable to Serial Communication Cable Connection..........................................................................66
Figure 95: DTU Cable to DTU Connection ...................................................................................................................67
Figure 96: Serial Communication Cable to PC Connection .........................................................................................67
Figure 97: DTU Power Connections................................................................................................................................67
Figure 98: New Device Found ..........................................................................................................................................67
Figure 99: New Device Name...........................................................................................................................................68
Figure 100: New Device Added .........................................................................................................................................68
Figure 101: Device List (New Device Added) ..................................................................................................................68
Figure 102: DTU Utility Window ......................................................................................................................................69
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | Contents
EN | 6
Tables
Table 1:
Table 2:
Table 3:
Table 4:
Table 5:
Table 6:
Table 7:
Table 8:
Table 9:
Table 10:
Table 11:
Table 12:
Table 13:
Table 14:
Table 15:
Table 16:
Table 17:
Table 18:
Table 19:
Table 20:
Table 21:
Table 22:
Table 23:
Table 24:
Table 25:
Table 26:
Table 27:
Table 28:
Table 29:
Table 30:
Table 31:
Table 32:
Table 33:
Table 34:
Table 35:
Table 36:
Table 37:
Table 38:
Table 39:
Table 40:
Table 41:
Table 42:
Table 43:
Table 44:
Table 45:
Table 46:
Table 47:
Table 48:
Table 49:
Table 50:
Table 51:
Table 52:
Table 53:
Controller Status LED....................................................................................................................................... 9
Proximity Reader/Keypad Status LEDs ......................................................................................................... 9
Main Screen File Menu...................................................................................................................................21
Main Screen Configuration Menu .................................................................................................................21
Main Screen Tools Menu ...............................................................................................................................22
Main Screen Help Menu ................................................................................................................................22
Transaction Window Action Buttons ............................................................................................................23
Device Pane Action Buttons ...........................................................................................................................24
Button Tray Descriptions ................................................................................................................................24
Test Wizard Hardware Tests ..........................................................................................................................28
Add New Card Wizard Options ....................................................................................................................30
File Menu..........................................................................................................................................................32
Wizards Menu ..................................................................................................................................................32
Cardholder Configuration Tools Menu ........................................................................................................32
User Pane Buttons............................................................................................................................................33
Main Settings Tab Fields.................................................................................................................................34
Main Settings Tab Buttons..............................................................................................................................35
Other Info Tab Fields......................................................................................................................................35
Mode Settings Tab Options............................................................................................................................36
Personal Info Tab Fields .................................................................................................................................37
Vehicle Info Tab Fields...................................................................................................................................37
Employer Configuration Window Fields ......................................................................................................39
Employer Configuration Window Buttons ...................................................................................................40
Department Configuration Window Fields ..................................................................................................41
Department Configuration Window Buttons ...............................................................................................41
Car Make Configuration Tab Fields..............................................................................................................42
Car Make/Model Configuration Window Buttons......................................................................................42
Car Model Option Window Fields................................................................................................................43
Access Point/Group Pane Buttons.................................................................................................................44
Access Point Settings Fields ............................................................................................................................44
Door Release Options .....................................................................................................................................45
Start-up Mode Settings Options .....................................................................................................................45
Door Contact Settings Options ......................................................................................................................45
PIN Settings Options .......................................................................................................................................46
Device Parameter Tab Fields .........................................................................................................................46
System Usage Indicators .................................................................................................................................48
Site Info Tab Fields..........................................................................................................................................48
Installer Info Tab Fields ..................................................................................................................................49
Backup Time Settings Options.......................................................................................................................50
General Settings Tab Options ........................................................................................................................51
Card Type Pane Buttons.................................................................................................................................53
Card Type Information Fields........................................................................................................................53
Card Type Pane Action Buttons ....................................................................................................................55
Group Authorization Defaults ........................................................................................................................57
Group Functions and Restrictions .................................................................................................................57
Report Menu Selections..................................................................................................................................59
Report Window Action Buttons.....................................................................................................................59
Report Printing Buttons ..................................................................................................................................60
Quick View Buttons ........................................................................................................................................60
Utility Window Tools Menu ..........................................................................................................................62
Utility Pane Action Buttons ............................................................................................................................63
Status Bar Fields...............................................................................................................................................64
DTU LED Indications.....................................................................................................................................66
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | Contents
EN | 7
Table 54: DACM Operation Issues ................................................................................................................................70
Table 55: Software Operation Issues ..............................................................................................................................71
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 1.
1.
Introduction
1.1
Documentation Conventions
1.1.1
Type Styles Used
To help identify important items in the text, the
following type styles are used:
Bold text
Italicized text
[3][#]
1.1.2
Indicates important text or
terms that you should note.
Also indicates keyboard key
presses.
Refers you to a drawing, table,
or other section of this
document.
Bracketed numbers represent
proximity reader/keypad and
security system keypad keys.
When next to one another,
they represent the key sequence
to press for a particular
function. For this example,
pressing [3] key followed by [#]
key at the proximity
reader/keypad enters block
load mode when in program
mode.
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
Throughout this document there are important notes
that address personal and/or equipment safety issues,
system operation issues, etc. They are set off as follows:
The Important Note identifies information
intended for successful operation.
The Caution Note identifies information
intended to prevent an incident that might
prevent intended operation of the program
or equipment.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Introduction
1.2
EN | 8
Scope of Document
This document provides the necessary instructions to
use the door access control module (DACM) from the
proximity reader/keypad, the software program, and
the control panel.
1.3
Minimum System Requirements
As a minimum, Bosch Security Systems recommends
the following PC specifications when using the DACM
software:
•
Processor Speed:
Intel Pentium® II or higher
(400 MHz)
•
Memory:
128 MB RAM
•
Hard Drive:
At least 100 MB free space
•
Hardware:
CD-ROM drive and serial
COM port
•
Operating System:
Windows® 98SE, NT
(Workstation and Server),
2000 (Professional and
Advanced), ME, and XP
•
Screen Resolution:
800 x 600 or 1024 x 768
•
Video Memory:
At least 8 MB
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 2.
2.
DACM Overview
The DACM consists of the following items:
•
Controller: This device is located within the
secured area, and controls the proximity
reader/keypad connected to it. Each controller
supports one proximity reader/keypad and
supervises one door.
DACM Overview
•
Proximity Reader/Keypad: This device is
located outside of the secured area. You can access
a door, or arm or disarm the security system’s
control panel by presenting a valid card or keyfob,
or by entering a valid personal identification
number (PIN).
Figure 2: Proximity Reader/Keypad Status LEDs
1
Figure 1: Controller Overview
2
1
3
2
1- Status LED (refer to Table 1)
2- Serial Communication Port
EN | 9
1
3
5
7
9
2
4
6
8
0
* #
1- Blue Status LED (refer to Table 2)
2- Green/Red Status LED (refer to Table 2)
3- Keypad
Table 2: Proximity Reader/Keypad Status LEDs
Table 1: Controller Status LED
Activity
Green steady flash
1 green flash every
3 sec
Green fast flash
2 green flashes
every 3 sec
Red with 1 flash
every 3 sec
Red with 1 green
flash every 3 sec
4 red flashes,
pause
Indication
DACM is unprogrammed. No cards
or PINs added.
DACM is in Normal Mode.
Fire alarm. Door is latched open.
DACM is in Door Unlocked (latch)
Mode.
DACM is in Deadlock Mode.
LED
Blue
Blue and
Green
Green
Activity
On steady
LEDs flash
alternately
On steady
Indication
Power connection OK
DACM is in Program Mode.
Green
Fast flash
- Fire alarm occurs while area
is unarmed.
- Door is latched open.
Green
Green
and Red
2 green flashes
every 3 sec
LED flashes
alternately
Red
Fast flash
Red
On steady
Red
Steady flash
Red
4 flashes,
pause
Communication error.
DACM is in High Security Mode.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door unlocked. Remains open
for duration of programmed
door open time.
DACM is in Door Unlocked
(Latch) Mode.
- Door left open after door
open time expired, or
- Pin required to unlock door.
Fire alarm occurs while area is
armed.
Door is locked, or DACM is in
Deadlock Mode.
- Area is armed.
- Fire alarm occurs while area
is armed.
DACM is in High Security
Mode.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 2.
•
•
Program Card: Basic operating instructions are
printed on the front and back of the program card.
Use this card to enter into and exit from Program
Mode. Refer to Sections 3.1.1 Program Mode and
3.1.2 Program Mode Menu, both on page 12, for
more information. Each DACM comes with one
program card.
DACM Overview
•
User Types: There are three types of users:
-
Cards and Keyfobs: Each user receives either a
card or keyfob that they present to the proximity
reader/keypad to unlock a door or perform a
system function. Each card and keyfob contains a
unique number that identifies it to the DACM.
Every user who receives a card or keyfob is
known as a “cardholder.” The term “card”
refers to a card or a keyfob.
DACM User: A DACM user is only in the
DACM’s database. This user can only access
the door by presenting a card, entering a PIN,
or both when the control panel is disarmed.
This user cannot arm or disarm the control
panel. There are three possible types of
DACM users:
o
Card-only: This user type can only
use a card to gain access or perform
system functions from the proximity
reader/keypad. Use the Add Card
[1][#] option to create this user type.
o
PIN-only: This user type can only use
a PIN to gain access or perform
system functions from the proximity
reader/keypad. Use the Add PIN
[1][1][#] option to create this user type.
o
Card and PIN: This user type can use
a card or a PIN to gain access or
perform system functions from the
proximity reader/keypad. Use the PC
software to create this user type.
Figure 3: Card and Keyfob Overview
1
The DACM PC software refers to a DACM
user as a cardholder.
123456
-
Control Panel User: A control panel user is
stored in the control panel’s database and
copied into the DACM’s database. This user
can arm and disarm the control panel, and
access the door by presenting a card or
entering a PIN. The DACM PC software refers
to a control panel user as a cardholder.
-
DACM PC User: A DACM PC user is
someone who uses the DACM PC software to
maintain the DACM’s database. This user can
add, change, and delete device records and
user records, and make programming changes.
2
123456
1- Card ID number
2- Keyfob ID number
EN | 10
The DACM supports up to 2,000 users when the
PC software is used to maintain the DACM’s
database. The DACM supports up to 500 users
when the PC software is not used to maintain the
DACM’s database.
The total number of control panel users is
limited by the number of users supported
by the control panel. Refer to your control
panel’s documentation for more
information.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 3.
•
Data Transfer Unit (DTU): Use this optional
device to transfer DACM software programming
data from a PC to a controller. Refer to Section 7.
Data Transfer Unit (DTU) on page 66 for more
information.
DACM Configuration
3.
DACM Configuration
If you add a new DACM in an area where a
DACM already exists, you must transfer the
user (cardholder) records from the DACMs
already in place to the new DACM by:
Figure 4: DTU Overview
1
-
using the control panel’s keypad to
re-enter cardholder information (refer
to Section 3.3 DACM Configuration
from Control Panel on page 14, or
-
using the PC software to download
cardholder information to the new
DACM (refer to Section 5.12 Utility
Window on page 62, or
-
using a DTU to transfer cardholder
information from the PC software to
the new DACM (refer to Section 7.4
Update a DACM on page 68).
2
3
2
1- DTU to Controller Port
2- Status LEDs
3- DTU Cable Port
EN | 11
You can configure the DACM from:
•
the proximity reader/keypad (refer to Section 3.1
DACM Configuration from Proximity Reader/Keypad),
•
the control panel’s keypad (refer to Section 3.3
DACM Configuration from Control Panel on page 14),
•
the PC software (refer to Section 5 DACM Software
on page 18).
Many options require the PC software to enable or
disable.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 3.
3.1
DACM Configuration from Proximity
Reader/Keypad
Once the PC software communicates with
the DACM, you cannot enter Program
Mode from the proximity reader/keypad.
3.1.1
Program Mode
DACM Configuration
Delete Card [0][#]
Select this option to delete card-only DACM users.
This option deletes card-only DACM users one at a
time.
1.
Present the program card to enter Program Mode.
2.
Press [0][#].
3.
Present the card to delete (or enter the code and
press [#]).
To configure the DACM, you must first enter Program
Mode.
1.
2.
3.
Present the program card to the proximity
reader/keypad (LEDs flash).
EN | 12
The proximity reader/keypad beeps once quickly
to acknowledge that the card was deleted.
4.
Repeat Step 3 to delete more cards.
The DACM automatically selects the Add Card
option.
5.
Present the program card again to exit Program
Mode.
Present card(s) to add (or enter code and press [#]),
or select a different option. Refer to Section 3.1.2
Program Mode Menu.
Door Open Time [2][#]
Setting the Door Open Time to 0 sec
permanently unlocks the door when a valid
card is presented or PIN is entered. The
door remains unlocked until the next valid
card is presented or PIN is entered.
Present the program card again to exit Program
Mode.
Press [#] to accept an entry. Press [*] to cancel an
entry.
Program Mode automatically exits after approximately
10 sec of no activity.
Select this option to set the amount of time the door
remains unlocked after a valid card is presented or PIN
is entered.
3.1.2
1.
Present the program card to enter Program Mode.
2.
Press [2][#].
3.
Enter the time from 0 to 255 sec (default is 5 sec)
and press [#].
Program Mode Menu
The Program Mode menu consists of the following
options:
Add Card [1][#]
Select this option to add card-only DACM users. This
option adds card-only DACM users one at a time.
1.
Present the program card to enter Program Mode.
2.
Present the card to add (or enter the code and
press [#]).
For example, [1][0][#] = 10 sec.
4.
Present the program card again to exit Program
Mode.
Block Load [3][#]
The proximity reader/keypad beeps once quickly
to acknowledge that the card was added.
Select this option to add a range of card-only DACM
users. You cannot add a range of PIN-only DACM
users with this option.
3.
Repeat Step 2 to enter more cards.
1.
Present the program card to enter Program Mode.
4.
Present the program card again to exit Program
Mode.
2.
Present the lowest numbered card (or enter the
code and press [#]).
5.
Test all cards that you added to ensure they work
as expected.
3.
Press [3][#].
4.
Present the highest numbered card (or enter the
code and press [#]).
5.
Present the program card again to exit Program
Mode.
6.
Test all cards that you added to ensure they work
as expected.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 3.
PIN Length [4][#]
DACM Configuration
EN | 13
Delete PIN [1][0][#]
If the DACM is integrated into the security
system, do not set the PIN length from the
proximity reader/keypad. Use the control
panel’s keypad to set the PIN length.
Select this option to delete PIN-only DACM users.
This option deletes PIN-only DACM users one at a
time.
1.
Present the program card to enter Program Mode.
The DS7240V2/DS7220V2 supports PIN
lengths between 3 and 7 digits. The
DS7400XiV4 supports either 4-digit or 6digit PIN lengths.
2.
Press [1][0][#].
3.
Enter the PIN and press [#].
The proximity reader/keypad beeps once quickly
to acknowledge that the PIN was deleted.
Select this option to change the PIN length setting.
4.
Repeat Step 3 to delete more PINs.
1.
Present the program card to enter Program Mode.
5.
2.
Press [4][#].
Present the program card again to exit Program
Mode.
3.
Enter a value from three to eight (default is four
digits) and press [#].
For example, [5][#] = five digits.
4.
Present the program card again to exit Program
Mode.
Control Panel Bus Address [5][#]
Add PIN [1][1][#]
Select this option to add PIN-only DACM users. This
option adds PIN-only DACM users one at a time.
1.
Present the program card to enter Program Mode.
2.
Press [1][1][#].
3.
Enter the PIN and press [#].
Select this option to set the DACM’s address for
control panel communication.
The control panel bus type differs for each control
panel type:
•
DS7240V2/DS7220V2: Each DACM occupies
one data bus address (1 to 8).
•
DS7400XiV4 Keypad Bus: Each DACM occupies
one keypad bus address (3 to 10).
To assign or change the control panel bus address:
1.
Present the program card to enter Program Mode.
2.
Press [5][#].
3.
Enter the address and press [#].
For example, [8][#] assigns the DACM’s control
panel bus address to 8.
4.
Present the program card again to exit Program
Mode.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
The proximity reader/keypad beeps once quickly
to acknowledge that the PIN was added.
4.
Repeat Step 3 to enter more PINs.
5.
Present the program card again to exit Program
Mode.
6.
Test all PINs that you added to ensure they work
as expected.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 3.
3.2
Erase the DACM
Erasing the DACM’s memory clears all
programming data, all user and device
records, program card, and control panel
bus address. The door is unlocked until at
least one card is added.
There are three ways to erase the DACM’s memory:
DACM Configuration
EN | 14
3.3
DACM Configuration from Control
Panel
3.3.1
Add a Card to a Control Panel User
Personnel who perform functions from the control
panel’s keypad, such as arming and disarming, are
known as users. When a user receives a card for door
access, this person now becomes a cardholder.
•
Program Card: Present the program card three
times within five sec to erase all data.
You must use one of the control panel’s keypads to add
a control panel user.
•
Hardware Reset: Follow these steps to erase the
DACM’s memory if the program card is lost:
Refer to your control panel’s documentation for
complete instructions on adding users.
1.
Remove power to the system.
DS7240V2/DS7220V2
2.
Short the D1 and D0 terminals together on
the DACM’s circuit board with a wire
jumper (refer to Figure 5).
1.
Ensure the system is turned off (Armed LED is off).
2.
Press [#][5][6]. The keypad asks you to enter your
PIN.
Enter a control panel user’s PIN to perform this
function. Do not use the control panel’s installer
PIN.
Figure 5: DACM Hardware Reset
BGYR
max.15
meters
RS-232
to PC
N/A
5
0V
2
TX
3
RX
NO
C
2
4
6
8
0
* #
Press [4].
4.
Select a user number (1 to 32) and press [*].
For example, press [1][0][*] to make User 10 a
cardholder.
NC
1
1
3
5
7
9
3.
2
You can only add and modify card records
from the PC software once the PC
software communicates with the DACM.
Door C REX 0V +12V
C’tact
To restore programming operation from the
proximity reader/keypad, you must erase
the DACM’s memory. Refer to Section 3.2
Erase the DACM for more information.
DC
3
1- D1 terminal
2- D2 terminal
3- Wire short across D1 and D2 terminals
•
3.
Reapply power.
4.
Remove the short.
5.
Remove and reapply power again.
Clear Controller: Click Clear Controller on the
Utility Window to erase the DACM’s memory.
Refer to Table 51 on page 63 for more information.
This option requires you to remove and restore
power to the DACM.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
5.
Type the code printed on the back of the card and
press [*].
If the new card is accepted, the keypad shows
“Credential added. Press #.”
If the new card is already assigned to a different
user, the keypad shows “Duplicate. Press #.”
If the new card is rejected, the keypad beeps three
times and the display returns to all zeros.
6.
Press [#] to return to the list of valid users.
7.
Test all cards that you added to ensure they work
as expected.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 3.
DACM Configuration
EN | 15
DS7400XiV4
DS7400XiV4
1.
Press [Master PIN][#][0] to enter Master
Programming Mode.
To delete a user’s card and PIN, follow these steps:
2.
Press [0] for PIN Setup programming.
3.
1.
Press [Master PIN][#][0] to enter Master
Programming Mode.
Enter the user number (1 to 200).
2.
Press [0] for PIN Setup programming.
4.
Enter the authority level (0 to 6).
3.
Enter the user number (1 to 200).
5.
Enter the assigned areas (1 to 8), and press [#], or
just press [#] to select all areas.
4.
At the authority level prompt, press [#] to delete
the user. This deletes user’s card and PIN.
For example, press [3][#] for Area 3.
To delete only a user’s card, follow these steps:
6.
Enter the PIN (4 to 6 digits).
1.
7.
Enter the PIN again and press [#].
Press [Master PIN][#][0] to enter Master
Programming Mode.
The keypad shows “Enter Card # Press #.”
2.
Press [0] for PIN Setup programming.
Type the code printed on the back of the card and
press [#].
3.
Enter the user number (1 to 200).
4.
Test all cards that you added to ensure they work
as expected.
Enter the user’s authority level at the authority
level prompt.
5.
Enter the user’s area assignment at the area
prompt.
6.
Enter the user’s PIN at the PIN prompt.
7.
Press [#] at the card number prompt to clear the
user’s card number.
8.
9.
User 1 can gain access to a door in any
area.
3.3.2
Delete a Card from a Control Panel User
These procedures only delete the user’s
card, not the user, from the DACM. Refer
to your control panel’s instructions to
delete a user.
You must use one of the control panel’s keypads to
delete a control panel user’s card.
DS7240V2/DS7220V2
1.
Ensure the system is turned off (Armed LED is off).
2.
Press [#][5][6]. The keypad asks you to enter your
PIN.
3.
Press [4].
4.
Select a user number (1 to 32) and press [*].
You can only delete card records from the
PC software once the PC software
communicates with the DACM.
To restore programming operation from the
proximity reader/keypad, you must erase
the DACM’s memory. Refer to Section 3.2
Erase the DACM on page 14 for more
information.
5.
Press [0][*] to delete the card from the DACM.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 4.
3.4
Configure a DACM in an Existing
Control Panel
The following information explains how to configure
the DACM if you are adding it to an existing control
panel.
•
•
•
Add a New DACM to an Area with a DACM
Already Installed: If you add a DACM to an area
in which a DACM is already installed, you must
re-enter all cardholder information from the
existing DACM into the new DACM. To do this,
use either the control panel’s keypad (refer to
Section 3.3.1 Add a Card to a Control Panel User on
page 14), or the PC software (refer to Section 5.6
Configure Users on page 32).
A User’s (Cardholder’s) Area Assignment
Changes: If a user’s (cardholder’s) area assignment
changes to include a new area that contains a
DACM, this user must be added to all DACMs
installed in the new area. To immediately update
all DACMs in the new area, use the [#][5][6][4]
sequence at the control panel’s keypad to update
the user’s card to include the new area assignment.
Refer to Section 3.3.1 Add a Card to a Control Panel
User on page 14.
Users (Cardholders) that Span Multiple Control
Panels: If you have several control panels with
DACMs and you want a user to use one card that
is valid in all control panels, then this user’s
information must be the same in each control
panel. For example, User 5 must be the same User
5 with the same card information in each control
panel. Refer to Figure 6 on page 16 for more
details.
Figure 6: Users in Multiple Control Panels
1
User 5
Card 123456
1
3
5
7
9
2
4
6
8
0
* #
123456
2
User 5
Card 123456
1
3
5
7
9
2
4
6
8
0
* #
123456
3
User 5
Card 123456
1 2
3 4
5 6
7 8
9 0
* #
123456
1- User 5 in Control Panel A
2- User 5 in Control Panel B
3- User 5 in Control Panel C
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
DACM Operation
4.
EN | 16
DACM Operation
This section explains how to use the DACM to gain
access to a door, arm or disarm the security system,
and clear trouble and tamper conditions.
4.1
Grant Access
If you are a control panel user, any valid
control panel PIN in the DACM’s area
grants access to the door. Once you
receive a card, only your card grants
access to the door.
1.
Present a valid card to the proximity
reader/keypad, or enter your PIN.
Depending on the DACM’s configuration, you
might be required to present a card and enter your
PIN. If you are required to enter a PIN, the
proximity reader/keypad’s green/red status LED
flashes.
The proximity reader/keypad beeps once, the red
LED turns green, and the DACM grants access to
the door.
2.
Open the door and walk through.
If the door is held open longer than the
programmed time, a trouble condition
occurs if the Local Door Held Open Alarm
option is set. Use the PC software to set
this option. Refer to Table 33 on page 45
for more information.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 4.
4.2
Clear Trouble and Tamper
Conditions
There are two types of conditions that can occur: door
held open and a door forced open. Response options to
these conditions can only be set using the PC software.
Refer to Table 33 on page 45 to program either option.
•
Door Held Open: This condition occurs when the
door is held open longer than the programmed
door open time.
•
Door Forced Open: This condition occurs when
the door is opened without using a card or device
such as a Request-to-Exit (REX) device. For
example, someone breaks the door lock to open
the door.
DS7240V2/DS7220V2
If the DACM is part of the building’s security system,
the DACM sends the condition to the control panel.
The control panel’s keypad sounds and displays a
trouble message for a door held open condition, and a
tamper message for a door forced open condition. Both
conditions must be cleared at the DACM and the
control panel. The control panel also sends a report to
the alarm receiving center (ARC).
To clear either condition:
1.
2.
After the door is closed, present a valid card (or
enter a valid PIN) at the proximity reader/keypad
to clear the condition at the DACM.
Press [System Reset] (or press [#][4][7]) on the
control panel’s keypad) to clear the condition at
the control panel. The control panel might ask you
to enter a PIN.
DS7400XiV4
If the DACM is part of the building’s security system,
the DACM sends the condition to the control panel.
The control panel’s keypad sounds and displays a
trouble message for both conditions. Both conditions
must be cleared at the DACM and the control panel.
The control panel also sends a report to the alarm
receiving center (ARC).
To clear either condition:
1.
2.
After the door is closed, present a valid card (or
enter a valid PIN) at the proximity reader/keypad
to clear the condition at the DACM.
Enter your programmer PIN and then press
[System Reset] on the control panel’s keypad to
clear the condition at the control panel.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
DACM Operation
4.3
EN | 17
Clear a Fire Alarm
DS7240V2/DS7220V2
The door(s) only unlock in the area where the fire
alarm occurs.
When a fire alarm occurs, the control panel notifies the
DACM(s) to unlock their doors. When it is time to
relock the doors, press [System Reset] or [#][4][7] on
the control panel’s keypad.
DS7400XiV4
All doors in all areas unlock when a fire alarm occurs.
When a fire alarm occurs, the control panel notifies the
DACM(s) to unlock their doors. When it is time to
relock the doors, enter your programmer PIN and then
press [System Reset] on the control panel’s keypad to
clear the condition at the control panel.
4.4
Arm and Disarm the DACM’s Area
4.4.1
Arm the DACM’s Area
If the DACM is part of the building’s security system,
you can arm or disarm the DACM’s assigned area from
the proximity reader/keypad only if you are a control
panel user. Refer to User Types on page 10 for more
information.
Press [1][#] and present a card or enter a PIN to arm
the DACM’s area.
If the security system’s control panel is a DS7400XiV4
and the DACM’s area is armed Perimeter Only, then
you must disarm the area first, and then arm it All On.
4.4.2
Force Arm the DACM’s Area
This option arms the area even if there are faulted
devices in the area. The faulted devices do not provide
coverage when the area is force-armed. If the device
returns to normal operation before the area is
disarmed, it provides coverage.
You can force-arm the area if a system trouble exists,
such as a low battery condition or an AC power failure.
However, you should immediately fix system troubles.
Press [1][#][1][#], and then present a card or enter a
PIN to force arm the security system All On.
4.4.3
Disarm the DACM’s Area
Present a card, or enter a PIN, to the proximity
reader/keypad to disarm the DACM’s area.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.
DACM Software
5.1
Overview
DACM Software
5.2
1.
Install the Software
Put the DACM CD-ROM in your PC’s CD-ROM
drive.
If the software does not automatically start, do the
following:
Whenever programming changes are made
in the PC software, the DACM must be
updated by connecting it to the PC running
the software, or by using a DTU to transfer
the changes from the PC to the DACM.
a.
Click Start from your PC’s desktop, and select
Run.
b. Type “x:\setup.exe” in the command line
(replace “x” with the letter of your CD-ROM
drive).
The DACM PC does not need to be permanently
connected to the PC for normal DACM operation.
Use the DTU (optional) to transfer programming from
the PC to the DACM without the need of a physical
connection to the PC. Refer to Section 7. Data Transfer
Unit (DTU) on page 66 for more information.
EN | 18
2.
Click Next> when the Setup Wizard window
appears.
Figure 7: Setup Wizard Window
The PC software stores all system configuration and
data management.
The DACM software consists of the following
categories:
•
Cardholder: Add new users, and change or delete
existing users.
•
Access Point: Configure the DACM’s access
settings such as door release time and PIN settings.
•
System Settings: Monitors the PC’s system
resources, and provides tabs consisting of entry
fields to configure DACM system operation.
•
Format & Statistics: Provides tabs consisting of
entry fields for card type information and card
matching.
•
Security: Add new DACM PC users, delete
existing DACM PC users, change passwords, and
make group assignments.
DACM PC users oversee and maintain the DACM
via the PC software. Users (cardholders) use the
DACM to gain access to locations supervised by
the DACM.
•
Report: Provides ability to view and print a
variety of system related reports.
•
Utility: Primarily for engineering purposes. It
allows manual forced downloads, and provides
DACM status and door mode control.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
3.
Read the License Agreement. To accept the terms,
click I accept… and then click Next>.
Figure 8: License Agreement Window
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
4.
Select a destination folder for the files to install in.
DACM Software
5.3
EN | 19
Start the Software
Click Next> to accept the default path,
C:\Program Files\DACM\.
When a DACM is connected to the PC
software, the software downloads its
database information to the DACM, which
overwrites any existing data, including card
information and programming settings.
To select a different path, click the Change…
button and navigate to the desired path. Click
Next> when you are ready.
Enter card information and make
programming settings in the PC software
before you connect the DACM to the
software. This information is then
downloaded to the DACM.
Figure 9: Destination Folder Window
1.
Start the software by clicking Start → Programs
→ DACM Access Control Module, or by doubleclicking the desktop shortcut.
The logon window appears.
Figure 11: Logon Window
1
3
When the Setup Wizard Completed window appears,
software installation is complete. Click Finish to exit
the Setup Wizard.
2
4
Figure 10: Setup Wizard Completed Window
1- Language menu
2- Interface style selections
3- DACM PC user name and password entry fields
4- OK and Cancel buttons
2.
Select a language from the language menu. Refer
to Item 1 in Figure 11.
The software shows text in the language selected
here. You can also select the language from the
main screen. Refer to Section 5.4.6 Main Screen
Status Bar on page 25 for more information.
You do not need to restart the software or the PC if
you change languages.
Some operating systems might also require
Microsoft Data Access Components to
support SQL. If required, this is
automatically installed. Follow the onscreen instructions as prompted.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
3.
DACM Software
The logon tip window appears with the logon
window. The logon tip window contains the default
DACM PC user name and password. This window
automatically disappears when the default DACM
PC user name and password are changed. You can
also clear the “Show this at start up” checkbox to
permanently close the logon tip window.
Select an interface style. Refer to Item 2 in Figure
11.
Select Windows® Classic if your PC or laptop
only has up to 64 MB of RAM, and supports only
800 x 600 video resolution. Select Graphic Style
(XP) if your PC or laptop uses the Windows XP
operating system. This option makes the software
easier to use.
EN | 20
Figure 14: Logon Tip Window
When a selection is made, the software determines
if the PC has sufficient resources available to
support the selected interface style.
Figure 12: Windows® Classic Interface
5.
Figure 13: Graphic Style (XP) Interface
4.
Enter a DACM PC user name and password. Refer
to Item 3 in Figure 11.
The default DACM PC user name is “1,” and the
default password is “1.” DACM PC user names
and passwords are not case sensitive.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Click OK to log into the software. Click Cancel to
close the Logon window. Refer to Item 4 in Figure
11.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
DACM Software
EN | 21
5.4
Main Screen
5.4.2
5.4.1
Overview
Table 3: Main Screen File Menu
Devices connected are highlighted and show real-time
status on the main screen. You can control doors
directly from the main screen. You can only send
commands to devices that are online.
Menus
Menu Selection
Import Cardholders
from .csv file
Figure 15: Main Screen
1
3
2
Export Cardholders to
.csv file
Database Backup
Settings
Database Restore
4
5
Exit
Description
Imports cardholder information
from a .csv file. Refer to Section
5.8.7 DB Maint. (Database
Maintenance) Tab on page 50
for more information.
Exports cardholder information to
a .csv file. Refer to Section 5.8.7
DB Maint. (Database
Maintenance) Tab on page 50
for more information.
Opens the Backup Time Settings
window. Refer to Section 5.8.7
DB Maint. (Database
Maintenance) Tab on page 50
for more information.
Locates the database backup
.mdb file. Refer to Section 5.8.7
DB Maint. (Database
Maintenance) Tab on page 50
for more information.
Exits the program.
Table 4: Main Screen Configuration Menu
1- Menus: Refer to Section 5.4.2 Menus on page 21
2- Transaction Window: Refer to Section 5.4.3
Transaction Window on page 22
3- Device Pane: Refer to Section 5.4.4 Device Pane
on page 23
4- Button Tray: Refer to Section 5.4.5 Button Tray
on page 24
5- Status Bar: Refer to Section 5.4.6 Main Screen
Status Bar on page 25)
Menu Selection
Employer
Department
Cardholder
System Settings
Access Point
Access Group
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Description
Opens the Employer Configuration
window to add employer records. Refer
to Section 5.6.13 Employer
Configuration on page 39 for more
information.
Opens the Department Configuration
window to add department records.
Refer to Section 5.6.14 Department
Configuration on page 40 for more
information.
Opens the Cardholder Configuration
window. Refer to Section 5.6
Configure Users on page 32 for more
information
Opens the System Settings window.
Refer to Section 5.8 Configure System
Settings on page 47 for more
information.
Opens to the Access Point tab on the
Access Point Configuration window.
Refer to Section 5.7.3 Access Point
Tab on page 44 for more information.
Opens to the Access Groups tab on
the Access Point Configuration
window. Refer to Section 5.7.5 Access
Groups Tab on page 47 for more
information.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
Table 5: Main Screen Tools Menu
Menu Selection
Test Wizard
Utility
Clear DTU
Security
Format and
Statistics
Enable Optional
Software
5.4.3
Menu Selection
Contents, Index, Search
Technical Support
Connect to Web Site
EN | 22
Transaction Window
The Transaction window shows all system transactions
with a description and a date/time stamp.
Description
Opens the Test Wizard to set up user
cards, and test hardware and
software. Refer to Section 5.5.2 Test
Wizard on page 27 for more
information.
Opens the Utility window. Refer to
Section 5.12 Utility Window on page
62 for more information.
Clears the optional data transfer unit
(DTU) if connected to the PC running
this software. Refer to Section 7.7
Clear the DTU on page 69 for more
information.
Opens the Security Settings window.
Refer to Section 5.10 Configure
Security Settings on page 54 for
more information.
Opens the Format and Statistics
window. Refer to Section 5.9 Format
and Statistics Window on page 52 for
more information.
This option is not available.
Figure 16: Transaction Window
1
2
3
1- Column Headings
2- Transactions
3- Action Buttons (refer to Table 7)
All transactions are color-coded:
Table 6: Main Screen Help Menu
About
DACM Software
Description
Opens the software’s help
system.
Provides contact information
for technical support.
Opens browser to Bosch
Security System’s web site.
Provides version and copyright
information about this software.
There are no contents under the Report
menu. This heading opens the Report
window when selected. Refer to Section
5.11 View and Print Reports on page 58
for more information.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
•
Green: valid entries
•
Red: access denied (lost or stolen cards) messages,
and door alarm messages
•
Yellow: warning messages
•
White: system messages
To clear the list of transactions, double-click inside the
window.
When the transaction window is full, the action buttons
appear near the lower right-hand corner of the
transaction window.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
Refer to Table 7 for button descriptions.
Table 7: Transaction Window Action Buttons
Button
Button
Name
Stop
Pause
Play
Description
Click this button to stop all incoming
transactions from the connected
DACM. Transactions resume when
you click Play.
Click this button to temporarily pause
all incoming transactions from the
connected DACM. The default pause
time is 5 min. Refer to Section 5.8.8
General Settings Tab on page 51 to
change this setting.
Click this button to resume
transactions between the connected
DACM and the software. Click this
button after clicking either Stop or
Pause.
To view partially hidden information, click on a
column header boundary and drag it to extend or
shorten the column as needed.
Column headings provide the following information:
•
Time
•
Message
•
Location
•
Cardholder
•
Card/PIN Number
•
Operator
You can set the number of transaction lines shown in
the Transaction window on the General Settings tab.
Refer to Section 5.8.8 General Settings Tab on page 51 for
more information. The default value is 100. Increasing
this number uses more of the PC’s memory.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
DACM Software
5.4.4
EN | 23
Device Pane
The Device Pane provides real-time data with the
device currently online with the software.
Figure 17: Device Pane
1
2
3
1- Identification Window: This area shows the last
user to access the door. If a photograph of the
user is available, it appears in this window. Refer
to “Photo” in Table 16 on page 34 for instructions
on adding a cardholder’s photograph.
2- Device List: This area shows all devices
recognized by the software. A highlighted name
means that this device is currently online with the
software. You can only send commands to a
device that is online with the software. Only one
device can be online with the software at a time.
3- Action Buttons: This area consists of the
commands you can send to a device that is online
with the software. Commands that are shaded are
disabled and cannot be performed with the
selected device. Refer to Table 8 for button
descriptions.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
DACM Software
EN | 24
Table 8: Device Pane Action Buttons
Table 8: Device Pane Action Buttons (continued)
Button
Button
Button
Title
Normal
Mode
High
Security
Door
Unlocked
Deadlock
Description
Click this button to send the
DACM currently online into
standard operational mode.
Click this button to send the
DACM currently online into High
Security Mode. Click a different
button to exit the DACM from
this mode.
Only users with high security
mode privileges can access the
door when the DACM is in this
mode.
A user with set-high-security
privileges can put the DACM
into this mode by presenting a
valid card four times to the
proximity reader/keypad.
Presenting the same card four
more times exits the DACM
from this mode.
Use the Mode Settings tab to
grant set-high-security privileges
to a cardholder. Refer to
Section 5.6.8 Mode Settings
Tab on page 36 for more
information.
Click this button to permanently
unlock the door. Click a different
button to exit the DACM from
this mode.
A user with set-unlock privileges
can permanently unlock the
door by presenting a valid card
two times to the proximity
reader/keypad. Presenting the
same card two more times exits
the DACM from this mode.
Use the Mode Settings tab to
grant set-unlock privileges to a
cardholder. Refer to Section
5.6.8 Mode Settings Tab on
page 36 for more information.
Click this button to permanently
lock the door. Users cannot
unlock the door when the
DACM is in this mode, but a
Request-to-Exit (REX) device, if
one is connected, still operates
as expected.
Button
Title
Open
Door
Clear
Alarm
Exit
Program
5.4.5
Click this button to open the door
for the amount of time entered in
the Standard Door Release Time
box on the Access Point Tab.
Refer to Table 31 on page 45 for
more information.
Click this button to clear a doorrelated alarm, such as a door
forced or door held open alarm.
Click this button to close the
software program.
Button Tray
The Button Tray provides buttons that, when clicked,
open other windows within the software.
Table 9: Button Tray Descriptions
Button
Button
Title
Cardholder
Access
Point
System
Settings
Format &
Statistics
Security
Report
Utility
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Description
Description
Click this button to open the
Cardholder window. Refer to Section
5.6 Configure Users on page 32 for
more information.
Click this button to open to the
Access Point tab on the Access
Point Configuration window. Refer to
Section 5.7.3 Access Point Tab on
page 44 for more information.
Click this button to open the System
Settings window. Refer to Section
5.8 Configure System Settings on
page 47 for more information.
Click this button to open the Format
and Statistics window. Refer to
Section 5.9 Format and Statistics
Window on page 52 for more
information.
Click this button to open the Security
Settings window. Refer to Section
5.10 Configure Security Settings on
page 54 for more information.
Click this button to open the Report
window. Refer to Section 5.11 View
and Print Reports on page 58 for
more information.
Click this button to open the Utility
window. Refer to Section 5.12 Utility
Window on page 62 for more
information.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.4.6
Main Screen Status Bar
The main screen’s status bar provides real-time
information about the current online session.
DACM Software
EN | 25
Figure 19: List of Downloads Required Window
Figure 18: Main Screen Status Bar
3
1
5
1
2
3
2
4
6
1- Online/Offline: This field shows “Online” if a
device is currently connected to the PC. This area
shows “Offline” if no device is currently
connected. You can change database settings
whether a device is online or offline.
2- User: This field identifies the DACM PC user
currently logged into the software. DACM PC
users maintain DACM databases via the software.
3- DACM: This field identifies the device type
currently connected to the software.
4- Date/Time: This field shows the current date and
time.
5- Download Required: This field shows a message
if a database download to a DACM is required. If
the message appears, double-click the icon to
open the List of Downloads Required window.
Refer to Figure 19 for more information.
6- Language Menu: Double-click the globe icon to
select a language. The software shows text in the
selected language.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
4
1- Access Point List: This area lists all of the access
points that need a database download.
2- Go to Download: Click this button to open the
Utility window. Connect the devices shown in this
window to update them. Refer to Table 51 on
page 63 for more information.
3- Print: Click this button to print the download list.
4- Close: Click this button to close the window
without taking any action.
You can also use a DTU to download changes to the
DACM. Refer to Section 7.4 Update a DACM on page 68
for more information.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.5
Wizards
This software includes wizards that provide step-by-step
instructions to complete certain tasks.
5.5.1
New Device Wizard
DACM Software
3.
EN | 26
Select an operation mode. Select “Card Reader
Only” if you want the DACM to work with the
security system’s control panel. Click Next.
Figure 22: Standard Mode Operation Window
Use this wizard to add new devices to the software, or
replace existing devices. The New Device Wizard
immediately recognizes new devices when they are first
connected to the PC running the software.
1.
Click Add to add new devices. Click Replace to
replace existing devices.
Figure 20: New Device Add/Replace Window
2.
-
PIN Only: Select this option if you want the
DACM to only recognize a PIN entry. Cards
and keyfobs cannot be used if you select this
option.
-
Card Reader Only: Select this option if you
want the DACM to only recognize a card, or a
PIN for users without cards. If the DACM is
configured for High Security Mode, a PIN
entry must accompany a card. High Security
Mode is selected by default. Refer to Section
5.4.4 Device Pane on page 23 for more
information on High Security Mode.
-
Card + PIN: Select this option if you want the
DACM to only recognize a card accompanied
by a PIN entry.
Select whether or not PINs are used. Select Yes for
“PIN only or Card+PIN” if you want the DACM
to work with the security system’s control panel.
Click Next.
-
Yes: Select this option if only PINs are used,
or if a PIN and card are used. A keyfob can
also be used.
-
No: Select this option if only cards are used.
Figure 21: PIN Codes Window
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
4.
Enter a name for the access point and click OK.
DACM Software
4.
Figure 23: Access Point Name Window
EN | 27
Click Next if the Test Wizard successfully
communicates with the DACM.
Figure 25: Test Wizard – DACM OK
5.5.2
Test Wizard
If the Test Wizard cannot communicate with the
DACM, check your connection from the PC to the
DACM. Refer to Figure 92 on page 65 for
connection information.
Use this wizard to automatically set up card formats,
and perform complete hardware and software tests.
High security and door unlocked functions are enabled
for the card used during testing.
1.
Start the Test Wizard:
-
From the Main Screen, select Tools→Test
Wizard, or
-
From the System Settings window, click the
Test Wizard tab.
2.
Select a card for test purposes.
3.
Type in the number printed on the card in the
Card Number box and click Next.
Figure 24: Test Wizard – Enter Card Number
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
5.
Present the test card to the proximity
reader/keypad.
Figure 26: Test Wizard – Present Card
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
The Test Wizard now verifies the card format, card
number, and facility code.
6.
Click Next to continue.
DACM Software
7.
EN | 28
Present the test card to the proximity
reader/keypad as requested.
Figure 29: Test Wizard – Hardware Tests
Figure 27: Test Wizard – Card Information
The Test Wizard conducts several hardware tests.
Present the test card to the proximity
reader/keypad to begin each hardware test.
The Text Wizard now configures the card format,
cardholder, and access point. The software then
sends this information to the DACM.
Figure 28: Test Wizard – Configuration
Refer to Table 10 for test descriptions.
Table 10: Test Wizard Hardware Tests
Test Name
Unlock Door
High Security
Mode
Normal Mode
Door
Unlocked
(Latched)
Door Locked
8.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Description
Present the test card once to unlock the
door. The DACM’s LED stays on green for
five sec.
Present the test card four times to enter
High Security Mode. The DACM’s LED
flashes red four times every five sec.
Present the test card four more times to
exit High Security Mode. The DACM’s LED
flashes green every five sec.
Present the test card twice to latch the
door open. The DACM’s LED flashes
green twice every five sec.
Present the test card twice again to lock
the door. The DACM’s LED flashes green
every five sec.
Click Next when the hardware tests are done.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
9.
Click the command buttons to conduct related
software tests. Click Next after all five tests are
performed.
Figure 30: Test Wizard – Command Tests
DACM Software
5.5.3
EN | 29
Card Format Configuration Wizard
Use this wizard to add new facility codes or card
formats.
1.
2.
Start the Card Format Configuration Wizard:
-
From the Cardholder Configuration window,
select Wizards→New Format Wizard, or
-
From the Card Matching tab on the Format
and Statistics window, click New Format
Wizard.
Identify whether or not you know your card
format.
Figure 33: New Format Wizard
At the end of the command tests, you can print a
test results report and delete the test card.
Figure 31: Test Wizard – Test Results
-
If you do not know your card format, select
Automatic and click Next. The DACM
automatically detects your card format. Use the
following sub-steps.
a.
Ensure a DACM is connected to the PC
and click Next.
b. Present a card to the proximity
reader/keypad when asked.
c.
10. Click Finish to close the Test Results window.
A final window opens showing that you can now
add cardholders or access points to the DACM.
d. Click Finish to save the new card format.
-
Figure 32: Test Wizard – System OK
Enter a name for the new card format and
click Next.
If you know your card format, select Manual
and click Next. Use the following sub-steps.
a.
Select a card format, and enter a facility
code. Click Next.
b. Enter a name for the new card format and
click Next.
c.
11. Click OK to exit from the Test Wizard.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Click Finish to save the new card format.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.5.4
Add New Card Wizard
Use this wizard to add new users.
1.
Start the Add New Card Wizard:
-
From the Cardholder Configuration window,
select Wizards→Add New Card Wizard, or
-
From the Main Settings tab on the Cardholder
Configuration window, click Add Wizard.
DACM Software
Table 11: Add New Card Wizard Options
Option
First Name
Last Name
PIN Number
Figure 34: Add New Card Wizard
Department
Card Status
High Security
Card
Allow to Set
Door Unlocked
(Set Latch)
2.
Type the number printed on the card in the Start
box.
If you want to add a range of card numbers at
once, type the lowest card number in the Start box
and the highest in the End box.
3.
Select the following options as necessary. Refer to
Table 11 for option descriptions.
EN | 30
Allow to Set
High Security
Mode
Extended Door
Open Time
Issue Date
Description
Type the user’s first name in this box
(30-character maximum).
Type the user’s last name in this box
(30-character maximum).
For DACM users only, type the user’s
PIN in this box. This entry depends on
the PIN length setting. See Section
5.8.8 General Settings Tab on page 51
for more information.
Select a department from this box.
Select a card status from this list box.
Select this box to allow the user to
access a secured door when the DACM
is in High Security Mode. This setting
applies to all DACMs in the assigned
access group.
Select this box to allow the user to
permanently unlock the door. This
setting applies to all DACMs in the
assigned access group.
Present a valid card twice to the
proximity reader/keypad to latch the
door open.
Select this box to allow the user to put
the DACM into High Security Mode.
Present a valid card four times to the
proximity reader/keypad to enter High
Security Mode.
Select this box to allow users to open
the door for the time entered in the
Extended field on the Access Point tab.
Refer to Table 31 on page 44 for more
information.
Select a date from this box to identify
when the card was issued to the user.
By default, it uses the current date.
When entering a range of users, the
selected options apply to the entire range.
For example, the entry in the First Name
field for the first user appears as the first
name for the rest of the users in the range.
Select each user in the Main Settings tab,
and change the duplicated options using
the Main Settings and Mode Settings tabs.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
4.
Select an access group from the Access Group list
box. Selecting All provides access to doors secured
by all DACMs, including DACMs added in the
future.
5.
Click Add to add the user to the database and exit
this wizard.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.5.5
Card Replacement Wizard
DACM Software
4.
Use this wizard to transfer user data from the current
card to a new card.
1.
Click a user from the User List on the Cardholder
Configuration Window.
EN | 31
Type the new card’s number in the New Card
Number box and enter an imprint number in the
Imprint Number box. Click Next.
Use the Imprint Number box to record the
number printed on the card (imprint number) if
the number programmed inside the card does not
match the number printed on the card.
Figure 35: User Record List
5.
Click Yes to proceed with the replacement when
asked.
Figure 37: Replace Wizard – Confirmation
1
1- User Record List
2.
3.
Start the Card Replacement Wizard:
-
From the Cardholder Configuration window,
select Wizards→Replace, or
-
From the Main Settings tab on the Cardholder
Configuration window, click Replace Wizard.
Select a card status from the Change Card Status
box. Click Next.
Figure 36: Replace Wizard – Change Card Status
1
1- Change Card Status Box
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
The Card Replacement Wizard replaces the card
and updates the DACM’s database.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.6
Configure Users
5.6.1
Overview
5.6.2
Main Settings
•
Other Info
•
Mode Settings
•
Personal Info
•
Vehicle Info
EN | 32
Cardholder Configuration Menus
Table 12: File Menu
The Cardholder Configuration window consists of the
following tabs:
•
DACM Software
Menu
Selection
Print
Description
-
Current Cardholder Details: Prints
the details for the currently selected
user as entered in the Cardholder
Configuration window.
-
To open the Cardholder Configuration window:
Report: Opens the Report window.
Refer to Section 5.11 View and
Print Reports on page 58 for more
information.
Closes the Cardholder Configuration
window.
•
Select Configuration→Cardholder from the
Main Screen, or
Close
•
Click Cardholder (
Table 13: Wizards Menu
).
Figure 38 shows some common items that appear on
this window regardless of which tab is selected.
Figure 38: Cardholder Configuration Window
Menu
Selection
New Format
Wizard
1
Add New Card
Wizard
3
Export
Cardholders
2
4
Import
Cardholders
Replace
5
1- Cardholder Configuration Menus: Refer to
Section 5.6.2 Cardholder Configuration Menus
2- User Pane: Refer to Section 5.6.3 User Pane on
page 33
3- User Record List: Refer to Section 5.6.4 User
Record List on page 33
4- Date/Time: This area shows the current date and
time
5- Message Bar: Refer to Section 5.6.5 Message
Bar on page 33)
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Description
Opens the Card Format Configuration
Wizard. Refer to Section 5.5.3 Card
Format Configuration Wizard on page
29.
Opens the Add New Card Wizard. Refer
to Section 5.5.4 Add New Card Wizard
on page 30.
Exports cardholder information to a .csv
file. Refer to Section 5.8.7 DB Maint.
(Database Maintenance) Tab on page
50 for more information.
Imports cardholder information from a
.cvs file. Section 5.8.7 DB Maint.
(Database Maintenance) Tab on page
50 for more information.
Opens the Card Replacement Wizard.
Refer to Section 5.5.5 Card
Replacement Wizard on page 31.
Table 14: Cardholder Configuration Tools Menu
Menu
Selection
Card
Diagnostic
Description
Opens the Card Diagnostics window.
Refer to Section 5.6.11 Card
Diagnostics on page 38.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.6.3
DACM Software
5.6.4
User Pane
From the User Pane, you can add new user records,
and save changes to or delete existing user records.
Figure 39: User Pane
EN | 33
User Record List
This area lists all existing user records. It appears on all
tabs in the Cardholder Configuration window except
for the Mode Settings tab.
Figure 40: User Record List
1
2
Click anywhere in the row to select a user record
before changing any of the settings or deleting the
record.
5.6.5
3
1- Identification Window
2- Scroll Buttons
3- Action Buttons
•
Identification Window: This window shows the
selected user’s picture, name, and card number.
•
Scroll Buttons and Action Buttons: Refer to Table
15 for descriptions.
Table 15: User Pane Buttons
Button
Description
Click this button to advance to the bottom of the
user record list.
Click this button to advance down through the
user record list one record at a time.
Click this button to advance to the top of the
user record list.
Click this button to advance up through the user
record list one record at a time.
Click this button to add a new user record.
Click this button to delete the selected user
record.
Click this button to save newly added user
records, or changes made to existing user
records.
Click this button to cancel your previous action.
Click this button to close the Cardholder
Configuration window.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Message Bar
The left-hand side of this area shows which fields
require an entry. The right-hand side provides a
shortcut to print card details for the user currently
selected. Double-click the printer icon to print this
report.
Use the other tabs to enable extra features and enter
additional information.
5.6.6
Main Settings Tab
Use the Main Settings tab to enter information into
new user records, change existing user records, or
delete existing user records.
Required fields are highlighted in yellow. Nonhighlighted fields are optional.
Figure 41: Main Settings Tab
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
1.
2.
Click Add to add a new user record, or select a
user record from the User Record List to modify
an existing user record (refer to Figure 40 on page
33).
Enter information as necessary. Refer to Table 16
and Table 17 for descriptions of the Main Settings
tab fields and buttons.
DACM Software
Table 16: Main Settings Tab Fields (continued)
Field
Access
Group
(Required)
Table 16: Main Settings Tab Fields
Field
Card Number
(Required)
Imprint
Nickname
First Name
Middle Name
Last Name
Initials
User Number
Employment
Department
Job Title
Description
Type the number printed on the card (10digit maximum).
Type the imprint number (20-character
maximum). The imprint number is usually
the number printed on the card.
Sometimes the number programmed
inside the card does not match the number
printed on the card. Use this box to keep
track of the printed number.
Type the user’s nickname
(30-character maximum).
Type the user’s first name
(30-character maximum).
Type the user’s middle name
(30-character maximum).
Type the user’s last name
(30-character maximum).
Type the user’s initials
(10-character maximum).
For control panel users only. Enter the
control panel’s user number here to
associate the user with the user record.
The user must exist in the control panel to
link the user to the user record.
Select the cardholder’s employment
status. Refer to Section 5.6.13 Employer
Configuration on page 39 for more
information.
Select the user’s department. Refer to
Section 5.6.14 Department Configuration
on page 40 for more information.
Type the user’s job title (20-character
maximum).
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
EN | 34
Card Type
Card Status
PIN Code
Description
Select the user’s access group. An access
group is a collection of doors. A user can
access the doors assigned to the selected
access group. Two groups are fixed and
cannot be deleted: All and None. Select
All to give the user access to all doors that
are currently supervised and those added
later. Select None to deny the user access
to all doors. This setting makes the card
inactive. Refer to Section 5.7.5 Access
Groups Tab on page 47 to add or change
access groups.
This list is disabled by default. To select
other card types, click the General
Settings tab on the System Settings
window, and click Multiple Formats from
the Multiple/Single Card Format
selections. Refer to Section 5.8.8 General
Settings Tab on page 51 for more
information.
Select a status for the user’s card: Active,
Destroyed, Inactive, Lost, Stolen, or
Suspended. The card cannot be used until
you select Active.
For DACM users only. Type a PIN between
three and eight digits in length. The default
length is four digits. Refer to Section 5.8.8
General Settings Tab on page 51 for
information on changing this length. This
field is required if you enable PIN Settings.
Refer to Section 5.7.3 Access Point Tab
on page 44 for more information. If you
select Card + PIN, then the user must
present a valid card to the proximity
reader/keypad, and then enter a PIN.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
DACM Software
2.
Table 17: Main Settings Tab Buttons
Button
3.
Description
Click this button to add a digital photo of the
selected user. The software supports .jpg,
.gif, and .bmp file formats. The photo appears
in the User Pane Identification Window (refer
to Figure 39 on page 33) whenever the user
presents a card to the proximity
reader/keypad.
Click this button to open the Add New Card
Wizard. Refer to Section 5.5.4 Add New
Card Wizard on page 30 for more
information.
Click this button to open the Card
Replacement Wizard. Refer to Section 5.5.5
Card Replacement Wizard on page 31 for
more information.
Click this button to open the Card
Diagnostics window. Use this window to
determine why a card cannot access a door.
Refer to Section 5.6.11 Card Diagnostics on
page 38 for more information.
Click Save to save your entries.
5.6.7
Other Info Tab
Use the Other Info tab to enter additional information
about the selected cardholder.
Figure 42: Other Info Tab
Enter information as necessary. Refer to Table 18
for descriptions of the Other Info tab fields.
Table 18: Other Info Tab Fields
Field Name
Previous
Card(s)
Total Number
of Cards
Issue Date
Employer
Report To
Employment
Date
Contract
Duration
Phone
Number
Extension
Fax No.
3.
1.
Select a user record from the User Record List to
modify an existing user record (refer to Figure 40
on page 33).
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
EN | 35
Description
This read-only list shows cards previously
issued to the selected user and reasons
why the cards were cancelled.
This read-only field identifies the total
number of cards assigned to the selected
user.
This field shows the date when the card
was entered into the DACM. Click the
arrow to open a calendar.
This list shows the selected user’s
employer. Use this list to store employer
names if the DACM’s door is shared by
multiple companies, or if there are several
contract employees on premises. Click the
Down arrow to select an employer. Refer
to Section 5.6.13 Employer Configuration
on page 44 to add, edit, or delete an
employer from this list.
Type the name of the person’s supervisor
in this box.
This field shows the date the selected user
was hired. Type the date or click the arrow
to open a calendar.
If the selected user is a contract employee,
enter the number of months that the user is
expected to be employed.
Type the main phone number where the
selected user can be reached
(30-character maximum).
Type the selected user’s phone extension
(50-character maximum).
Type the selected user’s fax machine
number (30-character maximum).
Click Save to save your entries.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.6.8
Mode Settings Tab
Use the Mode Settings tab to change mode settings for
the selected cardholder and access point.
Figure 43: Mode Settings Tab
DACM Software
Table 19: Mode Settings Tab Options
Option
Hi Sec
Ext’d Door
Set Hi Sec
Set Latch
1.
Select a user record from the User Record List
(refer to Figure 40 on page 33).
2.
Select the Mode Settings tab.
3.
To change settings:
-
Click a cell to change only that cell’s setting
-
Click to the left of an access point to change
the settings for the entire row (use the Change
all to Yes or Change all to No buttons)
-
Click a column title to change the settings for
all cells within the selected column (use the
Change all to Yes or Change all to No
buttons)
EN | 36
5.6.9
Description
Select Yes to allow the user to access the
door when the DACM is in High Security
Mode.
Select Yes to allow access through the door
for the time entered in the Extended field on
the Access Point tab. Refer to Table 31 on
page 45 for more information.
Select Yes to allow the user to enter High
Security Mode by presenting a valid card four
times to the proximity reader/keypad.
Present the same card four more times to exit
High Security Mode.
Select Yes to allow the user to permanently
unlock the door presenting a valid card two
times to the proximity reader/keypad.
Present the same card two more times to
lock the door.
Personal Info Tab
Use the Personal Info tab to enter personal information
about the selected user.
Figure 44: Personal Info Tab
Refer to Table 19 for descriptions of the Mode
Settings Tab options.
1.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Select a user record from the User Record List
(refer to Figure 40 on page 33).
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
DACM Software
Enter information as necessary. Refer to Table 20
for descriptions of the Personal Info tab fields.
5.6.10 Vehicle Info Tab
2.
Table 20: Personal Info Tab Fields
Field Name
Date of
Birth
Age
Sex
Address
City
State
Country
Zip Code
Home
Phone
Cell
E-mail
Address
Home Page
Social
Security No.
Employee
No.
Notes
3.
Description
Use the calendar or type in the date of birth
for the selected user.
This read-only field automatically calculates
the selected user’s age using the entry
made in the date of birth field.
Choose the selected user’s gender from the
list.
Type the selected user’s home address in
this box (101-character maximum).
Type the name of the selected user’s home
city in this box (30-character maximum).
Type the name of the selected user’s home
state in this box (30-character maximum).
Type the name of the selected user’s home
country in this box (20-character maximum).
Type the selected user’s home zip code in
this box (20-character maximum).
Type the selected user’s home phone
number in this box (30-character maximum).
Type the selected user’s cell phone number
in this box (30-character maximum).
Type the selected user’s e-mail address in
this box (40-character maximum).
Type the uniform resource locator (URL) for
selected cardholder’s home web page in
this box (50-character maximum).
Type the selected user’s social security
number in this box (20-character maximum).
Type the selected user’s employee number
in this box (20-character maximum).
Type any additional information about the
selected user in this box
(255-character maximum).
Use the Vehicle Info tab to enter information about the
selected user’s vehicle. You can create two vehicle
records for each user.
Figure 45: Vehicle Info Tab
1.
Select a user record from the User Record List
(refer to Figure 40 on page 33).
2.
Enter information as necessary. Refer to Table 21
for descriptions of the Vehicle Info tab fields.
Table 21: Vehicle Info Tab Fields
Field Name
Car Make
Car Model
Click Save to save your entries.
Car Color
License No.
Parking
Space
3.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
EN | 37
Description
Choose the make of the selected user’s
car from the drop-down list. Refer to
Section 5.6.15 Car Configuration on page
41 to add, edit, or delete a car make from
this list.
Choose the model of the selected user’s
car from the drop-down list. Refer to
Section 5.6.15 Car Configuration on page
41 to add, edit, or delete a car model from
this list.
Choose the color of the selected user’s
car from the drop-down list. The car icon
changes to match the selected color.
Type the license number of the selected
user’s car in this box
(30-character maximum).
Type the parking space number for the
selected user’s car in this box
(50-character maximum).
Click Save to save your entries.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
DACM Software
EN | 38
5.6.11 Card Diagnostics
5.6.12 Search Tool
Use the Card Diagnostics window to determine why a
card cannot access a door.
You can search on many of the fields on the
Cardholder Configuration tabs. To begin a search, click
a field name. The cursor changes to a magnifying glass
on field names that are searchable.
1.
Select a user from the User Record List (refer to
Figure 40 on page 33).
2.
Click Diagnostic. The Card Diagnostics window
opens.
Figure 48: Search Tool
Figure 46: Card Diagnostics Window
You can specify certain criteria when performing a
search. For example, in the card number field:
3.
Select a door from the list and click Next. A
summary window opens.
Figure 47: Card Diagnostics Window - Summary
•
Typing “>5” produces a result of all cards greater
than 5
•
Typing “<5” produces a result of all cards less than
5
•
Typing “1-5” produces a range of all cards from 1
to 5
You can also perform partial searches. For example, by
clicking the Last Name field you can enter the first
letter, or more, of the last name and see the results
appear.
From the search list, you can either select a user or
press [Esc] on your keyboard to exit.
4.
Click Back to select a different door, or click
Close to exit the Card Diagnostics window.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.6.13 Employer Configuration
Use the Employer Configuration window to add new
employers to the employer record list, or edit or delete
existing employer records.
1.
From the Other Info tab, click the Down arrow
next to the Employer list.
The Employer Option window opens.
DACM Software
3.
Enter information as necessary. Refer to Table 22
and Table 23 for descriptions of the Employer
Configuration window fields and buttons.
Table 22: Employer Configuration Window Fields
Field
Employer ID
Figure 49: Employer Option Window
Employer
Name
(Required)
Address
City
State
Zip Code
Country
Web Site
2.
Click Add to add a new employer record, or select
an existing employer record and click Edit.
The Employer Configuration window opens.
Required fields are highlighted in yellow. Nonhighlighted fields are optional.
Phone No.
Fax No.
Contact Name
Figure 50: Employer Configuration Window
Contact Title
Notes
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
EN | 39
Description
This read-only field shows the
identification number assigned to the
employer record.
Type the employer’s name.
Type the employer’s street address
(101-character maximum).
Type the name of the city where the
employer is located (30-character
maximum).
Type the name of the state where the
employer is located (30-character
maximum).
Type the employer’s zip code
(20-character maximum).
Type the name of the country where the
employer is located (20-character
maximum).
Type the uniform resource locator (URL)
for the employer’s web page (50character maximum).
Type the employer’s phone number
(30-character maximum).
Type the employer’s fax machine number
(30-character maximum).
Type the name of the employer’s contact
person.
Type the contact person’s title .
Type any additional information about the
employer (255-character maximum).
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
Table 23: Employer Configuration Window
Buttons
Button
Description
Click this button to scroll to the first
employer record.
Click this button to scroll back one
employer record.
Click this button to scroll ahead one
employer record.
Click this button to scroll to the last
employer record.
Click this button to add more employer
records.
Click this button to delete the current
employer record.
Click this button to save changes made
to the current employer record.
Click this button to cancel changes made
to the current employer record.
Click this button to close this window.
4.
Click Save to save your entries.
5.
Click Close to close the Employer Configuration
window.
DACM Software
EN | 40
5.6.14 Department Configuration
Use the Department Configuration window to add new
departments to the department record list, or edit or
delete existing department records.
1.
From the Main Settings tab, click the Down arrow
next to the Department list.
The Department Option window opens.
Figure 51: Department Option Window
There are nine fixed department names. You can
use these department names and enter in the
appropriate information as necessary, or you can
create new department names.
Departments that you create are labeled as
configurable in the Department Configuration
window.
2.
Click Add to add a new department record, or
select a fixed department record and click Edit.
The Department Configuration window opens.
Required fields are highlighted in yellow. Nonhighlighted fields are optional.
Figure 52: Department Configuration Window
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
DACM Software
Enter information as necessary. Refer to Table 24
and Table 25 for descriptions of the Department
Configuration window fields and buttons.
5.6.15 Car Configuration
3.
Table 24: Department Configuration Window
Fields
Use the Car Make/Model Configuration window to
add new makes and models to the car make/model
record list, or edit or delete existing makes and models.
Car Make Configuration
1.
Field
Department ID
Employer
Department
Name
(Required)
Contact
Contact Phone
Comments
Description
This read-only field shows the
identification number assigned to the
department record.
Click the arrow to select an employer
record. If the employer record is not
listed, see Section 5.6.13 Employer
Configuration on page 39 to add an
employer record.
Type the department’s name .
EN | 41
From the Vehicle Info tab, click the Down arrow
next to the Car Make list.
The Car Make Option window opens.
Figure 53: Car Make Option Window
Type the name of the department’s
contact person, such as the
department supervisor or manager.
Type the contact person’s phone
number (21-character maximum).
Type in any additional notes or
comments (255-character maximum).
Table 25: Department Configuration Window
Buttons
2.
Button
Description
Click this button to scroll to the first
department record.
Click this button to scroll back one
department record.
Click this button to scroll ahead one
department record.
Click this button to scroll to the last
department record.
Click this button to add more
department records.
Click this button to delete the current
department record.
Click this button to save changes made
to the current department record.
Click this button to cancel changes
made to the current department record.
Click this button to close this window.
4.
Click Save to save your entries.
5.
Click Close to close the Department Configuration
window.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Click Add to add a new make record, or select a
make record and click Edit.
The Car Make/Model Configuration window
opens to the Car Make Configuration tab.
Required fields are highlighted in yellow. Nonhighlighted fields are optional.
Figure 54: Car Make Configuration Tab
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
DACM Software
Enter information as necessary. Refer to Table 26
and Table 27 for descriptions of the Car Make
Option window fields and buttons.
Car Model Configuration
3.
1.
EN | 42
From the Vehicle Info tab, click the Down arrow
next to the Car Model list.
The Car Model Option window opens.
Table 26: Car Make Configuration Tab Fields
Figure 55: Car Model Option Window
Field
Make ID
Make Name
(Required)
Comments
Description
This read-only field shows the
identification number assigned to the car
make record.
Type the name of the make.
Type in any additional notes or comments
(255-character maximum).
Table 27: Car Make/Model Configuration Window
Buttons
Button
Description
Click this button to scroll to the first car
make or model record.
Click this button to scroll back one car
make or model record.
Click this button to scroll ahead one car
make or model record.
Click this button to scroll to the last car
make or model record.
Click this button to add more car make or
model record.
Click this button to delete the current car
make or model record.
Click this button to save changes made
to the current car make or model record.
Click this button to cancel changes made
to the current car make or model record.
Click this button to close this window.
4.
Click OK to save your entries.
5.
Click Close to close the Car Make/Model
Configuration window.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
2.
Click Add to add a new model record, or select a
model record and click Edit.
The Car Make/Model Configuration window
opens to the Car Model Configuration tab.
Required fields are highlighted in yellow. Nonhighlighted fields are optional.
Figure 56: Car Model Configuration Tab
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
3.
Enter information as necessary. Refer to Table 27
and Table 28 for descriptions of the Car Model
Option window fields and buttons.
Table 28: Car Model Option Window Fields
Field
Model ID
Model Name
(Required)
Make
Comments
Description
This read-only field shows the
identification number assigned to the car
model record.
Type the name of the model.
Select a make from the menu.
Type in any additional notes or comments
(255-character maximum).
4.
Click OK to save your entries.
5.
Click Close to close the Car Make/Model
Configuration window.
DACM Software
EN | 43
5.7
Configure Access Points
5.7.1
Overview
The Access Point Configuration window consists of the
following tabs:
•
Access Point
•
Device Parameters
•
Access Groups
To open the Access Point Configuration window:
•
Select Configuration→Access Point or Access
Group from the Main Screen, or
•
Click Access Point (
).
Figure 57 shows some common items that appear on
this window regardless of which tab is selected.
Figure 57: Access Point Configuration Window
1
2
1- Access Point Pane: Refer to Section 5.7.2
Access Groups Tab
2- Date/Time: Displays the current date and time
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.7.2
Access Point/Group Pane
DACM Software
5.7.3
Use the Access Point/Group Pane to add new access
point records, and save changes to or delete existing
access point records.
Figure 58: Access Point/Group Pane
EN | 44
Access Point Tab
Use the Access Point Tab to add new access points, or
modify existing ones.
Required fields are highlighted in yellow. Nonhighlighted fields are optional.
Figure 59: Access Point Tab
1
2
3
1- Identification Window: Lists all access points or
groups in the software’s database. Select an
access point or group by clicking its name.
2- Scroll Buttons: Refer to Table 29
3- Action Buttons: Refer to Table 29
Table 29: Access Point/Group Pane Buttons
Button
Description
Click this button to advance to the bottom of
the access point/group record list.
Click this button to advance down through the
access point/group record list one record at a
time.
Click this button to advance to the top of the
access point/group record list.
Click this button to advance up through the
access point/group record list one record at a
time.
Click this button to add a new access point or
group.
Click this button to delete the selected access
point or group.
Click this button to save newly added access
points or groups, or changes made to existing
access points or groups.
Click this button to cancel your previous action.
Click this button to close the Access Point
Configuration window.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
1.
Click Add to add a new access point, or select an
access point from the Access Point/Group Pane to
modify an existing access point. Refer to Figure 58
on page 44 for more information.
2.
Enter information as necessary:
-
Access Point Settings: Refer to Table 30 for
field descriptions.
Table 30: Access Point Settings Fields
Field
Access Point
ID
Access
Identity
Access Point
Name
Comments
DACM Bus
Address
Description
This read-only field shows the
identification number assigned to the
access point record.
If you use the Test Wizard to add a
DACM, this box is automatically filled. If
you manually add a DACM or use a DTU
to add a DACM, type the DACM’s serial
number in this box.
Type a name for the access point, such
as “Front Door” (50-character maximum).
Only the first 20 characters show up on
displays.
Type in any additional notes or comments
(255-character maximum).
Enter the control panel bus address for
DACM-to-control panel communication.
- DS7240V2/DS7220V2: Enter 1 to 8
- DS7400XiV4: Enter 3 to 10.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
-
Door Release Time: Refer to Table 31 for
option descriptions.
Table 31: Door Release Options
Option
Standard
Extended
Request
to Exit
-
Description
Enter the amount of time the door is open
when a valid card is used by using the arrows
(default is 5 sec.; valid range is 1 to 255 sec.).
Enter the amount of time the door is open
when a valid card configured for extended
release is used (default is 10 sec.; valid range
is 1 to 255 sec.). Refer to Section 5.6.8 Mode
Settings Tab on page 36 for more information.
Enter the amount of time the door is open
when a Request to Exit (REX) input is used by
using the arrows (default is 5 sec.; valid range
is 1 to 255 sec.). When the sounder option is
checked, the proximity reader/keypad located
outside the door sounds twice to indicate that
the door is open. This feature is useful when
magnetic locks are used because their
operation is silent.
Start-up Mode Settings: Use these options to
determine how the door operates after a total
power failure occurs, including depletion of a
backup battery. Refer to Table 32 for option
descriptions.
DACM Software
Table 33: Door Contact Settings Options
Option
Door Contact
Relay Reset
Door Forced
Alarm
Sounder
Reader Off
When Open
Local Door Held
Open Alarm
Table 32: Start-up Mode Settings Options
Option
High Security
Mode
Normal Mode
Door
Unlocked
Last Known
Mode
Description
Click this option to allow only users with
high security mode privileges to access
the door.
Click this option to return the door to
normal mode when power is restored. This
is the default selection.
Click this option to permanently unlock the
door. The door remains unlocked until a
user with Set Latch privileges presents a
valid card twice. You can also use the PC
software to change this setting from the
Main Screen. Refer to Section 5.4.4
Device Pane on page 23 for more
information.
Click this option to return the door to its
last status setting prior to power failure.
Door Contact Settings: A standard door contact
(Normally Open), as used in security systems, can be
connected to the DACM. You can then see the door
status in real time when online with the DACM, and
set additional options. Refer to Table 33 for option
descriptions.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
EN | 45
Door Held Open
Alarm
Description
Click this box to enable the door
contact. Enabling the door contact also
enables the other door contact setting
options.
Click this box to instantly de-activate
the relay timer when the door is
opened.
Click this box to sound an alarm when
the door is opened without presenting
a valid card or activating the REX input.
The DACM sends the alarm to the
control panel, and sounds the alarm at
the proximity reader/keypad. Click
Clear Alarm or present a valid card to
reset the door forced alarm.
Uncheck this box to disable the
proximity reader/keypad’s sounder. This
option is useful if the proximity
reader/keypad is located inside near an
office.
Click this box to disable the proximity
reader/keypad if the door contact is
open. This option does not disable the
REX input.
A timer starts when the door is opened.
When the programmed time ends, the
DACM sounds an alarm at the
proximity reader/keypad that the door is
held open. This option does not send
an alarm report to the PC software (if
online at time of alarm). Use this option
with the Door Held Open Alarm option
to warn people at the door to close it
before a full alarm occurs (valid range:
0 to 255 sec.).
This option waits an extra 10 seconds
after the value entered for the Local
Door Held Open Alarm option before
sounding an alarm. This option sends
an alarm report to the PC software (if
online at time of alarm). For example, if
the Local Door Held Open Alarm
option is set for 8 sec, this option is
automatically set for 18 sec. This
option sends an alarm report 18 sec
after the door is opened if it is held
open. If the sounder option is checked,
the proximity keypad/reader’s sounder
sounds.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
-
PIN Settings: The DACM operates in several
different modes. You can change these modes
without resetting the DACM. Refer to Table 34
for mode descriptions.
Table 34: PIN Settings Options
Mode
Card Only
High Security Mode
Activates Card + PIN
PIN Only
Card + PIN
PIN Timeout
3.
Description
This mode requires the user to
present a valid card to access the
door. Control panel users can use
their control panel PIN to access
the door if they are not assigned
cards.
If you check this box, you must
present a card and enter a PIN to
gain access when the DACM is in
High Security Mode. To put the
DACM into High Security Mode,
present a card or enter a PIN four
consecutive times. You must have
set-high-security privileges to put
the DACM into High Security
Mode. Refer to Section 5.6.8
Mode Settings Tab on page 36 for
more information.
This mode requires the user to
enter a valid PIN to open the door.
The PIN can be for an individual
user, or for a group of users. Press
[#] to complete the entry for PINs
that are shorter than the PIN
Length setting. For example, if the
PIN Length setting is 4, and the
user’s PIN is 123, the user must
press [#] to open the door. PINs
of variable lengths only apply when
the DACM is not used with a
control panel. Refer to Section
5.8.8 General Settings Tab on
page 51 to change the PIN Length
setting.
This mode requires the user to
present a valid card and then enter
a valid PIN to open the door.
Pressing [#] is not necessary
when PINs are shorter than the
PIN Length setting.
Use the arrow buttons to enter the
amount of time that the user has to
enter a valid PIN (default: 5 sec.;
valid range: 1 to 10 sec.).
Click Save to save your entries.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
DACM Software
5.7.4
EN | 46
Device Parameters Tab
The Device Parameters tab provides information
specific to the access point currently online with the
software. All fields are read-only.
Figure 60: Device Parameters Tab
Use the Access Point Pane to select an access point.
Refer to Figure 58 on page 44 for more information.
Table 35: Device Parameter Tab Fields
Field
Device
Name
Identity
Device
Group
Device Type
Reader
Type
Hardware
Version
Firmware
Version
Application
Batch
Number
Serial
Number in
Batch
Database
Stamp
Description
This field shows the entry made in the
Access Point Name box on the Access Point
tab.
This field shows the entry from the Access
Identity field on the Access Point tab.
This field specifies the type of device
connected to the PC software.
This field specifies the type of unit within the
device group.
This field specifies the type of proximity
reader connected to the DACM.
This field shows the DACM’s hardware
version.
This field shows the DACM’s firmware
version.
This field shows the number of applications
for the selected device.
This field shows the production identity
number.
This field shows the serial number that is
used with the batch number.
The number in this field is automatically
generated and ensures the correct data is
automatically downloaded.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.7.5
Access Groups Tab
DACM Software
5.
A new group is configurable. It can be changed or
deleted.
Required fields are highlighted in yellow. Nonhighlighted fields are optional.
Figure 61: Access Groups Tab
Click Save on the Access Point Pane.
The new group appears in the Access Point
Identification Window (refer to Figure 58). The PC
software then assigns a record number to the new
group. This number appears in the Group ID field
(read-only).
When multiple DACMs are used, they can be grouped
together in an access group. An access group allows
certain users to have access to all doors, and other
users to have access to a limited number of doors.
The All access group automatically gives access to all
DACMs, including new ones added at a later date. This
group is a fixed access group. It cannot be changed or
deleted.
EN | 47
5.8
Configure System Settings
5.8.1
Overview
The System Settings window consists of the following
tabs:
•
Site Info
•
Installer Info
•
Test Wizard
•
Email Facilities
•
DB Maint. (Database Maintenance)
•
General Settings
To open the System Settings window:
•
Select Configuration→System Settings from the
Main Screen, or
•
Click System Settings (
).
Figure 62 shows some common items that appear on
this window regardless of which tab is selected.
Figure 62: System Settings Window
1.
Click Add on the Access Point/Group Pane to add
a new access group, or select an existing access
group to modify it. Refer to Figure 58 on page 44
for more information.
2.
Add an access point to your new access group:
1
-
: Click this button to add all available
DACMs to the access group
-
: Click this button to remove all available
DACMs from the access group
-
: Click this button to add the selected
DACM to your the group
: Click this button to remove the selected
DACM from the access group
Type a name for the access group in the Group
Name box.
Type any notes or comments for this group in the
Comments box.
-
3.
4.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
2
1- System Settings Pane: Refer to Section 5.8.2
System Settings Pane
2- Date/Time: Displays the current date and time
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.8.2
DACM Software
5.8.3
System Settings Pane
EN | 48
Site Info Tab
Use the Site Info tab to enter information pertaining to
the site where the DACM is installed. The information
entered on this tab is automatically included in various
reports and e-mail functions.
Figure 63: System Settings Pane
Figure 64: Site Info Tab
1
2
3
1- Not used on System Settings window
2- System Usage Indicators
3- Action Buttons
The PC software continuously monitors the PC’s
system resources on the System Settings pane. Refer to
Table 36 for system usage indicator descriptions.
Table 37: Site Info Tab Fields
Indicator
CPU
Field
Site Name
HDD
Description
This indicator shows how hard the PC’s
processor is working. If this indicator is
continuously at or near 100%, system
operation is slow. This indicator is at 100%
during backups, which is normal operation.
This indicator shows the amount of RAM in
use by the PC.
This indicator shows the percentage of space
used on your PC’s hard drive disk.
The System Settings Pane also consists of the following
action buttons:
•
•
Enter information as necessary. Refer to Table 37
for field descriptions.
Table 36: System Usage Indicators
Mem
•
1.
Save: Click this button to save changes made to
the tab currently open on the System Settings
window.
Cancel: Click this button to erase changes made to
the tab currently open on the System Settings
window.
Close: Click this button to close the System
Settings window.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Contact
Address
Country
Zip Code
Fax No.
Phone No.
Extension
Cell
Email Address
System Reference
2.
Description
Type the name of the site where the
DACM is installed .
Type the name of the site’s contact
person.
Type the site’s street address.
Type the country where the site is
located.
Type the site’s zip code.
Type the site’s fax number.
Type the phone number for the site’s
contact person.
Type the phone number extension for
the site’s contact person.
Type the cell phone number for the
site’s contact person.
Type the e-mail address for the site’s
contact person.
Type a note about the system.
Click Save to save your entries.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.8.4
Installer Info Tab
DACM Software
5.8.5
EN | 49
Test Wizard Tab
Use the Installer Info tab to enter information about
the installer who installed the DACM. The information
entered on this tab is automatically included in various
reports.
Use the Test Wizard tab to automatically set up card
formats and perform complete hardware and software
tests. Refer to Section 5.5.2 Test Wizard on page 27 for
complete instructions on using this wizard.
1.
5.8.6
From the System Settings window, click the
Installer Info tab.
Figure 65: Installer Info Tab
E-mail Facilities Tab
Use the E-mail Facilities tab to e-mail the manufacturer
the following information:
•
card types and facility codes
•
unknown card formats and/or card abnormalities
You must have an Internet connection to use this tab.
Figure 66: E-mail Facilites Tab
2.
Enter information as necessary. Refer to Table 38
for field descriptions.
Table 38: Installer Info Tab Fields
Field
Name
Contact
Address
Zip Code
Fax No.
Phone No.
Extension
Cell
Emergency
Number
Email
Address
Web Site
3.
Description
Type the name of the installation company that
installed the DACM.
Type the name of the installation company’s
contact person.
Type the installation company’s street address.
Type the installation company’s zip code.
Type the installation company’s fax number.
Type the installation company’s phone number.
Type the phone number extension for the
installation company’s contact person.
Type the cell phone number for the installation
company’s contact person.
Type an emergency phone number in case the
installation company’s contact person cannot
be reached at the other listed numbers.
Type the e-mail address for the installation
company’s contact person.
Type the uniform resource locator (URL) for
installation company’s web site.
Click Save to save your entries.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.8.7
DACM Software
DB Maint. (Database Maintenance) Tab
Table 39: Backup Time Settings Options
Use the Database Maintenance tab to maintain the PC
software’s database. Database maintenance is
automatically performed by the software. However, this
tab provides manual maintenance functions.
Option
Set
Automatic
Backup Day
and Time
Figure 67: Database Maintenance Tab
Database
Backup Path
Apply
Backup Now
Cancel
•
•
Compact Database: Click this button to reduce
the size of the software’s database. Use this option
every three months or 500 user record changes.
The progress bar at the bottom of the tab shows
the status of the database compression.
Close
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Description
Click the boxes to select the days of the
week that the software automatically backs
up the database. For each day selected,
enter the time of day the backup begins by
typing or scrolling to the value. Time
entries are made using a 24-hr clock
(00.00.00 to 23.59.59).
Click the appropriate box to back up only
the main database, log and events, or both.
The software places all database backups
in the location entered here. To change the
default path, click Select and browse to
the new location.
Click this button to save your backup
settings. These settings are active when
you exit this window.
Click this button to manually back up the
database.
Click this button to erase any settings
made.
Click this button to close this window.
•
Database Restore: Click this button if you need to
replace the database because it is corrupted and
cannot be fixed automatically when the software
starts. Select the database backup file (.mdb) with
the most recent date. The backup files are stored in
the software program directory’s Backup folder.
User records, device records, or system changes
made since the last backup are lost.
•
Export Cardholders: Click this button to export
user records as a standard .csv file for use in other
software programs such as Microsoft Excel. By
default, the software saves the exported records in
the location where the software was installed.
•
Import Cardholders: Click this button to import
user records saved as .csv files. By default, the
software attempts to import records from the
location where the software was installed.
Backup Settings: Click this button to set when the
software automatically backs up the database. The
Backup Time Settings window opens. Refer to
Table 39 for backup option descriptions.
Figure 68: Backup Time Settings Window
EN | 50
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.8.8
General Settings Tab
Use the General Settings tab to make several system
operation settings.
1.
From the System Settings window, click the
General Settings tab.
Figure 69: General Settings Tab
DACM Software
2.
EN | 51
Enter information as necessary:
Table 40: General Settings Tab Options
Option
Miscellaneous
Settings
Description
- Max PIN Number: Type the maximum
number of digits required when using a
PIN (default = 4; valid range is 1 to 8).
Do not adjust the PIN length if the
DACM is connected to a control
panel.
- Number of Lines in Screen: Type the
number of lines held in the main
screen’s transaction buffer. A large
number of lines requires more memory
and can affect software operation
(default = 100).
- Transaction Screen Pause: Type the
amount of time that the transaction
window’s Pause button temporarily
stops incoming transactions.
Transactions that occur while the
window is paused are saved for later
viewing (default = 5 min.).
- Comm Port Timeout: Enter the
amount
Function
Settings
COM Port
Settings
Multiple/
Single Card
Format
- Enable Special Functions: Do not
use unless advised by Bosch
Technical Service.
Select a specific COM port for the
software to use (COM 1 to COM 16), or
select Auto Detect for the software to
scan the PC for an available COM port.
- Multiple Format: Click this button to
allow a unique card format for each
user. If this option is selected, a card
type, including format and facility code,
should be selected for each user.
- Single Format: Click this button when
Default
Access Level
Default
3.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
cards with the same format and facility
code are given to each user (checked
by default).
Select the default access level, or group,
that shows on the Main Settings tab in
the Cardholder Configuration window
(default = All).
Click this button to return this tab to its
default settings.
Click Save to save your entries.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.9
5.9.1
DACM Software
EN | 52
Format and Statistics Window
5.9.2
Overview
Use the Card Type Pane to add new card type records,
and save changes to or delete existing card type
records.
The Format and Statistics window consists of the
following tabs:
•
Card Type Information
•
Card Matching
Card Type Pane
Figure 71: Card Type Pane
To open the Format and Statistics window:
•
Select Tools→Format and Statistics from the
Main Screen, or
•
Click Format and Statistics (
1
).
2
Figure 70 shows some common items that appear on
this window regardless of which tab is selected.
Figure 70: Format and Statistics Window
3
1
2
3
1- Wizard Menu: Opens the Card Format
Configuration Wizard. Refer to Section 5.5.3 Card
Format Configuration Wizard on page 29 for
instructions on using this wizard.
2- Card Type Pane: Refer to Section 5.9.2 Card
Type Pane on page 52
3- Date/Time: Displays the current date and time
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
1- Identification Window: This window lists all card
types used in the system. Click a card type to
switch from the card type information currently
displayed on this tab. This window is active only
on the Card Type Information tab.
2- Scroll Buttons: Refer to Table 41 for descriptions.
3- Action Buttons: Refer to Table 41 for
descriptions.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
Table 41: Card Type Pane Buttons
Button
Description
Click this button to advance to the bottom of the
card type record list.
Click this button to advance down through the
card type record list one record at a time.
Click this button to advance to the top of the
card type record list.
Click this button to advance up through the card
type record list one record at a time.
Click this button to add a new card type.
DACM Software
5.9.3
EN | 53
Card Type Information Tab
The Card Type Information tab provides an overview
of the number of cards and records in the system.
The DACM supports up to 4,000 different card formats
and facility codes.
Required fields are highlighted in yellow. Nonhighlighted fields are optional.
Figure 72: Card Type Information Tab
1
Click this button to delete the selected card
type.
Click this button to save newly added card
types, or changes made to existing card types.
Click this button to cancel your previous action.
Click this button to close the Format and
Statistics window.
2
1- Card Type Area (refer to Table 42)
2- Statistics Area
1.
To add a new card format, click Add.
2.
Enter information as necessary. Refer to Table 42
for field descriptions.
Table 42: Card Type Information Fields
Field
Card Type Name
Card Format
Facility Code
Comments
3.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Description
Type a name for the new card
format.
Select a card format from this
list.
Type a facility code.
Type any notes or comments
(255-character maximum).
Click Save to save your entries.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.9.4
Card Matching Tab
DACM Software
5.10
Configure Security Settings
Use the Card Matching tab to identify known card
formats and display the card number and facility code.
The DACM supports several card formats.
5.10.1 Overview
1.
•
User Settings
•
Group Authorization
From the Format and Statistics window, click the
Card Matching tab.
Figure 73: Card Matching Tab
EN | 54
The Security Settings window consists of the following
tabs:
To open the Security Settings window:
•
Select Tools→Security from the Main Screen, or
•
Click Security (
).
Figure 74 shows some common items that appear on
this window regardless of which tab is selected.
Figure 74: Security Settings Window
2.
Type the card number in the Card Number box.
3.
If you know the card’s facility code, type it in the
Facility Code box.
4.
Present the card to the proximity reader/keypad.
1
2
The card format appears in the Possible Card
Format box.
To match another card, click Clear Screen and
follow Steps 2 to 4.
To add new card formats or facility codes, click
New Format Wizard. Refer to Section 5.5.3 Card
Format Configuration Wizard on page 29 for
instructions on using this wizard.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
1- DACM PC User/Group Pane: Refer to Section
5.10.2 DACM PC User/Group Pane
2- Date/Time: Displays the current date and time
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.10.2 DACM PC User/Group Pane
EN | 55
5.10.3 User Settings Tab
Use the User Settings tab to add new DACM PC users
to the system, delete existing users, and assign view and
edit permissions to users.
Figure 75: Card Type Pane
A DACM PC user is someone who uses the DACM
PC software to maintain the DACM’s database. This
user can add, change, and delete device records and
user records, and make programming changes.
1
2
3
1- Not used on System Settings window
2- User Identification: This area shows which user
is currently logged on and using the software.
3- Action Buttons: Refer to Table 43
Table 43: Card Type Pane Action Buttons
Button
DACM Software
Description
Click this button to save changes made
to user or group settings.
Click this button to erase changes made
to users or groups.
Click this button to close the Security
Settings window.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
If you log into the software as any user other than the
default user, and you have Admins permission, the
Change Password button changes to the Clear
Password button. Use the Clear Password button to
delete passwords assigned to DACM PC users who no
longer use the software. Refer to Section 5.10.4 Group
Authorization Tab on page 57 for more information on
permission settings.
Figure 76: User Settings Tab
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
Add a New DACM PC User
1.
Click New.
DACM Software
EN | 56
Change an Existing DACM PC User’s Password
1.
Select an existing DACM PC user by clicking on
the user name in the Current Users box.
2.
Click Change Password.
The Create New User window opens.
Figure 77: Create New DACM PC User Window
The Change Password window opens.
Figure 78: Change Password Window
2.
Type a user name and password in the appropriate
boxes. Retype the password in the Confirm
Password box.
3.
Type the user’s old password in the Old Password
box.
4.
Type the new password in the New Password box.
Passwords are not case sensitive.
3.
Click OK.
4.
Assign group permissions by selecting a group
from the Available Groups box and adding it to
the Member of Groups box.
The
button moves a group selection from the
Available Groups box to the Member of Groups
box.
The
button moves a group selection from the
Member of Groups box to the Available Groups
box.
5.
Click Save.
Passwords are not case sensitive.
5.
Retype the password in the Confirm Password
box.
6.
Click OK.
Delete an Existing DACM PC User
1.
Select an existing DACM PC user by clicking on
the user name in the Current Users box.
2.
Click Delete.
The software asks you to confirm this deletion.
Click Yes to continue. The DACM PC user is
deleted from the software’s database.
You cannot delete the default DACM PC user.
You can only change the default DACM PC user’s
password.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.10.4 Group Authorization Tab
Use the Group Authorization tab to create new
permission groups, or change or delete existing
permission groups.
From the Security Settings window, click the Group
Authorization tab.
Figure 79: Group Authorization Tab
DACM Software
EN | 57
The Admins group can view and edit all tab fields.
Table 45 shows the functions and restrictions for the
Engineer and Operator groups.
Table 45: Group Functions and Restrictions
Function
Edit all Cardholder tabs
Edit all Access Point tabs
Edit all System Settings tabs
Edit all Format and Statistics tabs
Add new users or delete existing
users
Add new group authorizations or
delete existing groups
View and print all reports
Perform all Utility window
functions
Engineer
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Operator
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Add New Permission Groups
This function is available only to DACM PC users with
Admins as their group authorization setting.
1.
The software contains three groups that provide view
and edit access to software functions: Admins,
Engineer, and Operator. Table 44 shows the default
settings for each group. These settings cannot be
changed.
Click New. The Create New Group window
opens.
Figure 80: Create New Group Window
Table 44: Group Authorization Defaults
Permission Groups
Software
Functions
Admin Settings
Cardholder Info
Access Point
View Log
Admins
Engineer
Operator
View:
View:
View:
Edit:
Edit:
Edit:
View:
View:
View:
Edit:
Edit:
Edit:
View:
View:
View:
Edit:
Edit:
Edit:
View:
View:
View:
Access enabled =
Access disabled =
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
2.
Type a name in the Input Group Name box. Click
OK.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
3.
In the Current Group Access Permissions area,
make view and edit settings by double-clicking the
settings. All are disabled by default for new groups.
Figure 81: Current Group Access Permissions
DACM Software
5.11
EN | 58
View and Print Reports
5.11.1 Overview
You can view and print full or filtered reports from the
software’s Report window. When reports are printed
from a color printer, alarm messages appear in red.
Reports can also be e-mailed or exported.
To open the Report window:
•
Select Report from the Main Screen’s file menu,
or
•
Click Report (
).
Figure 82 shows some common items that appear on
this window regardless of which report type is selected.
4.
Click Save on the Card Type Pane. Refer to Figure
75 on page 55 for more information.
Change Existing Permission Groups
Figure 82: Report Window
1
2
This function is available only to DACM PC users with
Admins as their group authorization setting.
3
You cannot change the settings for the Admins,
Engineer, or Operator groups.
1.
Click a group name in the Group Authorization
box.
2.
Make view and edit settings by double-clicking the
settings in the Current Group Access Permissions
area.
4
5
If both the view and edit privileges are enabled,
you must disable the edit privilege first before
disabling the view privilege.
3.
Click Save on the Card Type Pane.
Delete Existing Permission Groups
This function is available only to users with Admins as
their group authorization setting.
You cannot delete the Admins, Engineer, or Operator
groups.
1.
Click a group name in the Group Authorization
box.
2.
Click Delete.
The software asks you to confirm this action. Click
Yes.
The permission group is permanently deleted from
the PC software’s database.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
1- Report Menu: Refer to Section 5.11.2 Report
Menu
2- Action Button Toolbars: Refer to Section 5.11.3
Action Button Toolbars on page 59
3- Report Preview Pane: Refer to 5.11.4 Report
Preview Pane on page 59
4- Print Preview: Refer to 5.11.5 Print Preview on
page 59
5- Report Selection Pane: Refer to 5.11.6 Report
Selection Pane on page 60
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.11.2 Report Menu
Table 46: Report Menu Selections
Selection
Cardholder
- Cardholder Brief: Click this selection to
view or print a report that contains only
the user’s card number, name,
department, access level, and card
status.
- Card Number and Facility Code: Click
Department
List
Employer List
Access Point
Access
Group List
Log Report
Event Report
User List
System
Summary
Print Setup
Close
EN | 59
5.11.3 Action Button Toolbars
The Report window’s action buttons are on three
toolbars. You can move these toolbars by clicking on
an edge and dragging the mouse.
Description
- Cardholder Details: Click this selection
to view or print a report that contains
information from all Cardholder
Configuration tabs except the Mode
Settings tab.
Department
Staff Photo
DACM Software
this selection to view or print a report
that contains the user’s card number and
facility code.
Click this selection to view or print a report
that contains user contact information,
employment information, and a photo.
Click this selection to view or print a report
that contains department ID number, name,
and contact information.
Click this selection to view or print a report
that contains employer ID number, name,
and contact information.
Click this selection to view or print a report
that contains information from all Access
Point Configuration tabs except the Access
Groups tab.
Click this selection to view or a report that
contains information from the Access
Groups tab.
Click this selection to view or print a report
that contains transactions from all online
DACMs and operator actions. User, system
changes, and user commands are also
included in this report.
Click this selection to view or print a report
that contains daily event information.
Click this selection to view or print a report
that contains a list of the software’s users.
Click this selection to print a report that
contains information such as system
settings, dealer information, card types,
access point settings, and users.
Click this selection to configure a printer.
Click this selection to close the Report
window.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Table 47: Report Window Action Buttons
Action Button
Description
Click this button to close the current
view.
Click this button to print the report
currently open.
Click this button to export the report
currently open. See Section 5.11.8
Exporting Reports on page 61 for more
information.
Click this button to refresh the report
preview pane.
Click the arrow button, or type a value,
to select a zoom setting for report
viewing.
Click this button to go the report’s first
page.
Click this button to go to the report’s
previous page.
Type a page number in the report and
press [Enter] to jump to that page.
Click this button to go to the report’s
next page.
Click this button to go to the report’s
last page.
Click this button to stop loading content
for the selected report.
Click this button to search on text in the
selected report.
5.11.4 Report Preview Pane
This area provides a print preview of the selected
report. The contents of this pane change from report to
report. This pane is only available when the Print
Preview box is checked.
5.11.5 Print Preview
Click this box to enable the Report Preview Pane. If
this box is unchecked, the selected report can only be
printed.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.11.6 Report Selection Pane
This pane is divided into three areas: Printing, Quick
View, and Close.
The printing area consists of buttons that open reports
for printing. You can view the report in the Report
Preview pane before printing it if the Print Preview box
is checked. Refer to Table 48 for button descriptions.
Table 48: Report Printing Buttons
Button
Cardholder Brief
Cardholder
Details
Card No & FC
Access Point
Access Group
List
Dossier
Employer List
Department List
Operators
Event Printing
Log Printing
System
Summary
History Event
History Log
Description
Click this button to print a brief
cardholder report. Refer to Table 46 on
page 59 for more information.
Click this button to print a complete
cardholder report. Refer to Table 46 on
page 59 for more information.
Click this button to print a card number
and facility code report.
Click this button to print a report of all
online access points.
Click this button to print a report of all
access groups.
Click this button to print a report
containing user contact information,
employment information, and a photo.
Click this button to print an employer
report. Refer to Table 46 on page 59
for more information.
Click this button to print a department
report. Refer to Table 46 on page 59
for more information.
Click this button to print a report that
contains a list of the software’s users.
Click this button to print a report that
contains daily event information.
Click this button to print a log report.
Refer to “Log Report” in Table 46 on
page 59 for more information.
Click this button to print a system
summary report. Refer to Table 46 on
page 59 for more information.
Click this button to print a report of
daily events.
Click this button to print a report of the
entire history log.
DACM Software
The quick view area consists of buttons that retrieve
the last events for quick viewing. Event and log files are
cleared after each backup, but can be viewed later
using the History Event and History Log buttons.
Table 49: Quick View Buttons
Button
View Log
View Event
View Bug List
Description
Click this button to view the entire log.
Click this button to view the most recent
events.
Click this button to view the bug list.
Refer to Section 5.8.8 General Settings
Tab 51 for information on automatically emailing the bug list when you exit the
software.
Click Close to close the Report window.
5.11.7 Filtering Reports
When you select any cardholder report, the Report
Records Selection Criteria window opens. This window
allows you to select which cardholders to include in the
report.
Figure 83: Report Records Selection Criteria
Window
Use the Select Criteria fields to select on any
combination of user name, access level, card status, and
department.
Use the Range fields to select on a range of card
numbers by entering the lowest and highest card
numbers in the appropriate fields, or by selecting card
issue dates.
Click OK to generate the report.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
EN | 60
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
When you select Department Staff Photo from the
Report menu, the Department Option window opens.
Select a department from the list and click OK to
generate a report on that department. Refer to Section
5.6.14 Department Configuration on page 40 for
instructions on adding a new department record or
editing an existing one.
DACM Software
1.
To export a report, click the
Export window opens.
EN | 61
button. The
Figure 84: Export Window
5.11.8 Exporting Reports
You can export reports to several spreadsheet and
word processor forms as well as open database
connectivity (ODBC) and common data interchange
formats:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Character-separated values
Comma-separated values (.csv)
Crystal Reports® (.rpt)
Crystal Reports® 7 (.rpt)
Data Interchange Format (.dif)
Microsoft Excel (.xls)
Lotus 1-2-3
ODBC
Paginated Text
Record Style (columns of values)
Report Definition
Rich Text Format (.rtf)
Tab-separated Text
Tab-separated Values
Text (.txt)
Microsoft Word (.doc)
Actual format types available depend on the .dll files
installed on your PC.
When you export a report to a file format other than
Crystal Reports® format (.rpt), you might lose some or
all of the formatting that appears in the report.
However, the program attempts to preserve as much of
the formatting as the export format allows.
Transaction date and times are issued by the PC.
Events are not stored in the DACM.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
2.
Under Format, click the arrow button to select a
format type. Refer to the bulleted list above for
compatible format types.
3.
Under Destination, click the arrow button to select
an export location.
4.
Click OK to export the report.
Depending on your format and destination
selections, you might need to enter additional
information in windows as they open before the
report is exported.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.12
Utility Window
DACM Software
5.12.2 Tools Menu
5.12.1 Overview
Table 50: Utility Window Tools Menu
The Utility window is used mainly for engineering
purposes. However, you can perform manual
downloads, request DACM status, and control the door
mode from this window.
Menu Selection
Test Wizard
To open the Utility window:
•
Select Tools→Utility from the Main Screen, or
•
Click Utility (
Clear DTU
).
Figure 85: Utility Window
1
EN | 62
2
Security
3
Format and
Statistics
Enable Optional
Software
Description
Opens the Test Wizard to configure
cards, and test hardware and software.
Refer to Section 5.5.2 Test Wizard on
page 27 for more information.
Clears the DTU if connected to the PC
running this software. Refer to Section
7.7 Clear the DTU on page 69 for
more information.
Opens the Security Settings window.
Refer to Section 5.10 Configure
Security Settings on page 54 for more
information.
Opens the Format and Statistics
window. Refer to Section 5.9 Format
and Statistics Window on page 52 for
more information.
This option is not available.
5.12.3 Message Pane
The Message pane provides real-time status for the
DACM currently online with the software:
4
5
1- Tools Menu: Refer to Section 5.12.2 Tools Menu
on page 62
2- Message Pane: Refer to Section 5.12.3 Message
Pane on page 62
3- Utility Pane: Refer to Section 5.12.4 Utility Pane
on page 63
4- Progress Bar: Refer to Section 5.12.5 Progress
Bar on page 64
5- Status Bar: Refer to Section 5.12.6 Status Bar on
page 64
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
•
Date/Time: This column shows the date and time
when the event or action occurred.
•
Message: This column shows information
describing the event or action that occurred.
•
Location: This column identifies the access point
where the event or action occurred.
•
Cardholder: This column identifies the user who
caused the event or action.
•
Card/PIN Number: This column identifies the
card or PIN number of the user who caused the
event or action.
•
Operator: This column identifies the DACM PC
user currently logged into the software.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
5.12.4 Utility Pane
Use the Utility pane to download database changes to
the DACM, request DACM status, and make door
status changes.
DACM Software
Table 51: Utility Pane Action Buttons (continued)
Button
Normal Mode
Figure 86: Utility Pane
Open Door
1
Unlock Door
2
3
1- Identification Window
2- Date/Time
3- Action Buttons
•
•
•
EN | 63
Query Status
Identification Window: This window lists basic
information about the device currently online with
the software, such as device name, type, ID, and
firmware revision.
Description
Click this button to send the DACM
currently online into standard operational
mode.
Click this button to open the door for the
amount of time entered in the Standard
Door Release Time box on the Access
Point Tab. Refer to Table 31 on page 45
for more information.
Click this button to permanently unlock the
door.
A user with set-latch privileges can
permanently unlock the door by presenting
a valid card two times within 3 sec. to the
proximity reader/keypad. Presenting the
same card two more times exits the DACM
from this mode.
Use the Mode Settings tab to grant setunlock privileges to a user. Refer to
Section 5.6.8 Mode Settings Tab on page
36 for more information.
Click this button to retrieve the following
information:
- Current Mode: Identifies the operation
mode that the DACM is currently in
(Normal Mode, High Security Mode,
Dead Lock, or Door Held Open).
Date/Time: This area shows the current date and
time.
- PIN in Use: Identifies if a PIN is
Action Buttons: Refer to Table 51 for button
descriptions.
- Link Alive in Use: Not used.
- D0/D1 Check Activated: Proximity
required to unlock the door (Yes or No).
Reader/Keypad wire diagnostic
(Yes or No).
Table 51: Utility Pane Action Buttons
- Secure Mode Requires PIN: Identifies
Button
Clear
Controller
Download
Clear Screen
Deadlock
High Security
Mode
Description
Click this button to clear the DACM’s
database. This erases the DACM.
Click this button to send any database
changes to the DACM. This overrides the
software’s automatic download function.
Refer to Section 5.8.8 General Settings
Tab on page 51 for more information.
Click this button to clear the message pane.
Click this button to permanently lock the
door. Cardholders cannot unlock the door
when this mode is on, but a Request-to-Exit
(REX) device, if one is connected, still
operates as expected.
Click this button to send the DACM
currently online into High Security Mode.
Only users with high security mode
privileges can access the door when the
DACM is in this mode.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
if a PIN is required to unlock the door
when the DACM is in High Security
Mode (Yes or No).
- Reader Available: Identifies if a
proximity keypad/reader is connected
(Yes or No).
- D0/D1 Reversed: Identifies if the
proximity keypad/reader’s D0 and D1
wire connections are reversed (Yes or
No).
- Pin Pad Detected: Not used.
- Cards Loaded: Identifies the number of
DACM user cards stored in the
software for the DACM currently
connected.
- DACM Address: Identifies the DACM’s
Close
assigned control panel bus address.
Click this button to close the Utility
window.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 5.
DACM Software
5.12.5 Progress Bar
5.13
This area shows the progression of data sent from the
PC to the DACM, and data sent from the DACM to
the PC.
1.
EN | 64
Remove the Software
To remove the software from your PC, click Start
→ Settings → Control Panel.
Figure 88: Start → Settings → Control Panel
Figure 87: Utility Window Progress Bar
5.12.6 Status Bar
This area provides status on PC-to-DACM
communication. Refer to Table 52 for field descriptions.
2.
Double-click Add/Remove Programs from the
Control Panel window.
Table 52: Status Bar Fields
Figure 89: Control Panel→Add/Remove
Programs
Field Name
Comm Port
Status
Cards Sent
Retry Times
Status
Description
This field shows “Online” when a
DACM is connected to the PC, or
“Offline” if no DACM is connected to
the PC.
This field shows the number of DACM
user cards sent to the DACM when
you click the Download button.
This field shows the number of
communication attempts.
This field shows “Download
Successful!” for successful
downloads.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 6.
3.
Click BOSCH Door Access Control Module to
select it from the list of installed programs.
Figure 90: Select Program to Uninstall
DACM Connections
6.
EN | 65
DACM Connections
To add or replace devices in the DACM software’s
database, or to send programming changes to the
DACM, you must connect the DACM to the PC
running the DACM software.
Use the following steps to connect the DACM to the
PC running the DACM software.
1.
Plug the serial communication cable into the PC
using the 9-pin or 25-pin serial connector. Refer to
Figure 92.
2.
Plug the connector labeled “CONTR” on the serial
communication cable into the DACM’s serial port.
Refer to Figure 92.
The DACM software automatically detects which
serial port is being used and correctly configures it.
Figure 92: Controller to PC Connection
4.
Click Remove. Click Yes when asked if you want
to remove this program.
Figure 91: Add/Remove Programs Prompt
4
2
1
5
The program is removed from your PC. Some files
and folders might not be deleted by this process.
You must manually delete these items.
6
3
1- Serial Communication Cable
(included with DACM)
2- 9-pin Serial Connector
3- 25-pin Serial Connector
4- PC 9-pin Serial Ports (use either one)
5- Controller Connector (plug into DACM)
6- DACM serial port (plug controller connector here)
At this point, the DACM is now ready to communicate
with the DACM software. Refer to Section 5.3 Start the
Software on page 19, and Section 5.5.1 New Device Wizard
on page 26, for instructions on starting the DACM
software and using the New Device Wizard to add a
new DACM or replace an existing one.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 7.
7.
Data Transfer Unit (DTU)
7.1
Overview
Data Transfer Unit (DTU)
EN | 66
Table 53: DTU LED Indications
The DTU is an optional accessory that transfers
programming information from the PC to the DACM
without needing a direct PC connection.
You can use one DTU for up to 255 DACMs, or a total
of 16,000 user records distributed over multiple
DACMs in a single download. For example, 10
DACMs each with 1,600 user records can be
downloaded at one time without needing to go back
and forth between the PC and each DACM.
Similarly, 255 DACMs each with 60 user records can
be downloaded to the DTU without the need to return
to the PC.
LED
Blue
Blue and
Red
Red
Orange
Green
7.3
State
Solid
Flashing
Indication
DTU power OK
No communication
Solid
Flashing
Solid
Solid
Flashing
Error
Wait
Download in progress
Download complete
Download to current DACM
complete; download to other
DACMs required
Add the DTU to the Device List
Only valid users are downloaded to the DACM.
You must add the DTU to the software’s device list
before using it to transfer data.
The software allows use of multiple DTUs.
1.
Start the software on the PC.
7.2
2.
Connect the DTU cable to the serial
communication cable. Refer to Figure 94.
Status LEDs
The DTU has four LEDs that show the status for
power, communication, and data transfer.
Figure 94: DTU Cable to Serial Communication
Cable Connection
Figure 93: DTU Status LEDs
1
1
3
5
3
4
6
UDT/DTU
2
1- Serial Communication Cable
(included with DACM)
2- DTU Cable (included with DTU)
PC
5
4
1- DTU Top View
2- DTU End View
3- Blue LED
4- Red LED
5- Orange LED
6- Green LED
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
6
2
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 7.
3.
Plug the DTU cable’s RJ45 connector into the
DTU’s RJ45 port. Refer to Figure 95.
Data Transfer Unit (DTU)
5.
EN | 67
Connect the DTU cable’s power connector into the
DTU’s power supply. Plug the power supply into
an available electrical outlet. Refer to Figure 97.
Figure 95: DTU Cable to DTU Connection
Figure 97: DTU Power Connections
1
3
2
1
4
2
1- DTU Cable(included with DTU)
2- DTU Cable Power Connector
3- Power Supply (included with DTU)
4- Available Electrical Outlet
3
1- DTU Cable (included with DTU)
2- RJ45 Connector
3- DTU RJ45 Port
4.
The New Device Add/Replace Wizard opens in
the software.
Plug the serial communication cable into the PC
using either the 9-pin or 25-pin connector. Refer to
Figure 96.
Figure 96: Serial Communication Cable to PC
Connection
4
2
1
5
3
1- Serial Communication Cable
(included with DACM)
2- 9-pin Serial Connector
3- 25-pin Serial Connector (not used)
4- PC 9-pin Serial Ports
5- DTU Cable (included with DTU)
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
6.
Click Add to add a new device, or click Replace
to replace an existing device.
Figure 98: New Device Found
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 7.
7.
The wizard then asks you to enter a name for the
device. Type a name for the device in the entry
box. Click OK.
Data Transfer Unit (DTU)
EN | 68
When the DTU is added to the software, it appears
in the device list on the main screen’s device pane.
Figure 101:
Device List (New Device Added)
Figure 99: New Device Name
The wizard then shows that the device was
successfully added to the software.
8.
Click Finish.
Figure 100:
New Device Added
You are now ready to use the DTU to transfer data
between the PC and the DACM.
7.4
Update a DACM
The software automatically downloads any database
changes to the DTU while it is connected to the PC.
The main screen’s status bar indicates DACMs that
require downloads. Refer to Section 5.4.6 Main Screen
Status Bar on page 25 for more information.
1.
Plug the DTU into the DACM’s front connector.
Data automatically transfers from the DTU into the
DACM. When the DTU’s green LED turns on, the
download is complete.
If the green LED is flashing green, that means the
current download is complete but other DACMs
still require downloads. Continue downloading to
the other DACMs until this LED is solid green.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
2.
Remove the DTU from the DACM and plug it
back into the PC’s serial port using the supplied
serial cable.
3.
Wait until the software indicates the download was
successful.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 7.
7.5
Add a DACM
Data Transfer Unit (DTU)
7.6
EN | 69
Add Card Formats
You can add new DACMs to the software using the
DTU.
You can add card formats to the software using the
DTU.
1.
Plug the DTU into the DACM’s front connector.
Wait approximately 10 sec.
1.
Plug the DTU into the DACM’s front connector.
2.
Present a card to the proximity reader/keypad.
2.
Remove the DTU from the DACM and plug it
back into the PC’s serial port. Refer to Figure 94 to
Figure 97 for correct cable-to-DTU-to-PC
connections
3.
Remove the DTU from the DACM and plug it
back into the PC’s serial port using the supplied
serial cable.
The transaction appears on the main screen’s
transaction window. If the card presented to the
proximity reader/keypad is of an unknown type,
the Card Format Configuration Wizard starts.
The New Device Wizard starts within 10 sec.
3.
Follow the New Device Wizard’s prompts to add
the DACM to the software.
4.
Click Cardholder on the main screen’s button
tray to open the Cardholder Configuration
window. Add cards as necessary.
5.
Click Close to exit the Cardholder Configuration
window. The DTU Utility window opens.
Figure 102:
DTU Utility Window
4.
7.7
Follow the Card Format Configuration Wizard’s
prompts to add the card format to the software.
Clear the DTU
If the DTU was used to test a DACM that does not
belong to the customer’s site, the DTU indicates that
there is a new device until you clear the DTU.
Clear the DTU by:
6.
Click OK and wait until the software indicates the
download to the DTU was successful.
7.
Remove the DTU from the PC’s serial port and
plug it back into the DACM.
8.
Wait until the DTU’s green LED turns on. If it is
flashing green, then additional DACMs require
downloads).
9.
Remove the DTU from the DACM and plug it
back into the PC’s serial port using the supplied
serial cable.
10. Wait until the software indicates the download was
successful.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
•
Clicking Tools → Clear DTU from the Main
Screen, or
•
Clicking Tools → Clear DTU from the Utility
window.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 8.
8.
Troubleshooting
EN | 70
Troubleshooting
This section contains basic troubleshooting information.
Table 54: DACM Operation Issues
Problem
The door does not open
when a card is presented
or PIN is entered.
Cause
Solution
•
•
•
•
•
•
A user’s PIN works at the
DS7240V2/DS7220V2
control panel’s keypad, but
not at the DACM’s
proximity reader/keypad.
The card or PIN is not in the
DACM’s database.
The user’s area assignment
changed after the user was added
to the DACM.
Invalid PIN entry.
DACM is in high security mode.
After assigning a card to a
DS7240V2/DS7220V2 control panel
user, the DACM only recognizes the
control panel user’s card. The PIN is
only recognized at the control panel.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Add the user’s card and/or PIN to the DACM.
Delete the user, then re-enter into the DACM. If
the DACM is part of the security system, update
the area assignment from the control panel’s
keypad. Refer to Section 3.4 Configure a
DACM in an Existing Control Panel on page 16.
•
Re-enter PIN. If it fails again, verify that the PIN is
correctly entered into the DACM.
•
The user does not have high security mode
privileges. Refer to Section 5.6.8 Mode Settings
Tab on page 36 for more information.
From the DS7240V2/DS7220V2 control panel,
create two users. Assign the card number to the first
user (card-only), and assign the PIN to the second
user (PIN-only). Do not assign the card number to the
PIN-only user. Then assign both the card-only user
and PIN-only user to the person who needs a card
and a PIN.
For example, “Joe” is a user who needs to arm and
disarm the control panel, and unlock the door from
the DACM’s proximity reader/keypad. In the control
panel, program a user number, User 10, for Joe’s PIN.
Program a second user number, User 11, for Joe’s
card number. User 10 (PIN user) allows Joe to arm
and disarm the control panel from the DACM’s
proximity reader/keypad, and User 11 (card user)
allows Joe to unlock the door.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | 8.
Troubleshooting
EN | 71
Table 55: Software Operation Issues
Problem
All of the users have the
same name and PIN.
The CPU system usage
indicator is always at or
near 100%.
The Mem system usage
indicator is always at or
near 100%.
The HDD system usage
indicator is always at or
near 100%.
The database is very slow.
Cause
If a range of card numbers is added
using the software’s Add Card Wizard,
each user record has the same options
that were selected for the first user
record in the range.
The PC’s processor is working too
hard.
The PC does not have enough RAM to
support all of the programs currently
running, including the DACM PC
software.
The PC does not have enough free
space on its hard drive.
Adding and deleting several records
over time can slow the database’s
performance.
The database is corrupted.
Unknown.
Exported reports do not
look like the reports that
appear on-screen.
Crystal Reports format (.rpt) was not
selected as export format.
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Solution
Use the Main Settings (refer to page 33) and Mode
Settings tabs (refer to page 36) to change the
properties for each user record..
Upgrade the PC’s processor to improve system
operation. It is normal operation for the CPU usage
indicator to be at 100% during backups.
Close programs that are not being used, or add more
RAM to the PC.
Remove programs and files that are rarely used to
create more free space. This indicator should never
be near 90%.
Compact the database every three months or 500
user record changes. Refer to Section 5.8.7 DB
Maint. (Database Maintenance) Tab on page 50 for
more information.
Restore the database by using a database backup
file. Refer to Section 5.8.7 DB Maint. (Database
Maintenance) Tab on page 50 for more information.
User records, device records, or system changes
made since the last backup are lost.
When a report is exported to a file format other than
Crystal Reports format (.rpt), some or all of the
report’s formatting might be lost. However, the
program attempts to preserve as much of the
formatting as the export format allows.
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | Notes
Notes
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
EN | 72
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | Index
EN | 73
Index
Access Group
definition of .....................................................................47
Access Point
Enter Name .....................................................................27
Access Point Configuration Window
Access Groups Tab.........................................................47
Access Point Pane ...........................................................44
Access Point Settings ......................................................44
Access Point Tab.............................................................44
Device Parameters Tab ..................................................46
Door Contact Settings ....................................................45
Door Release Time Options..........................................45
Overview .........................................................................43
PIN Settings.....................................................................46
Start-up Mode Settings ...................................................45
Car Configuration
Car Make .........................................................................41
Car Make Configuration Tab ........................................41
Car Model .......................................................................42
Car Model Configuration Tab.......................................42
Card
Add Card Formats ..........................................................69
Add New Card Wizard ..................................................30
Block Load.......................................................................12
Card Diagnostic ..............................................................32
Card Diagnostics.............................................................35
Card Diagnostics Window .............................................38
Card Format Configuration Wizard..............................29
Card Matching Tab ........................................................54
Card Only option ...........................................................46
Card Reader Only option ..............................................26
Card Replacement Wizard ............................................31
Card Status ......................................................................34
Card Type........................................................................34
Card Type Information Tab ..........................................53
Card Type Pane ..............................................................52
Enable Full Card Matching option ...............................51
Multiple Format option ..................................................51
Overview .........................................................................10
Single Format option ......................................................51
User Types.......................................................................10
Cardholder Configuration Window
Main Settngs Tab ............................................................33
Menus...............................................................................32
Message Bar.....................................................................33
Mode Settings Tab..........................................................36
Other Info Tab................................................................35
Overview .........................................................................32
Personal Info Tab ...........................................................36
User Pane.........................................................................33
User Record List .......................................................31, 33
VehicleInfo Tab ..............................................................37
Control Panel
Add a Card to a Control Panel User ............................14
Arm the DACM’s Area..................................................17
Clear Trouble and Tamper Conditions........................17
Configure a DACM in an Existing Control Panel ......16
Delete a Card from a Control Panel User....................15
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
Disarm the DACM’s Area............................................. 17
Force Arm the DACM’s Area....................................... 17
PIN Length ..................................................................... 13
Set Bus Address .............................................................. 13
Users Spanning Multiple Control Panels..................... 16
Controller
Overview............................................................................9
DACM
Adding New DACM to Area with DACM ................. 16
Clear Trouble and Tamper Conditions ....................... 17
Configuration from Control Panel ............................... 14
Configuration from DTU .............................................. 66
Configuration from Software ........................................ 18
Erase Memory ................................................................ 14
Hardware Reset .............................................................. 14
Operation ........................................................................ 16
Overview............................................................................9
DACM User
Card and PIN ................................................................. 10
Card-only ........................................................................ 10
PIN-only.......................................................................... 10
Data Transfer Unit (DTU)
Add a DACM ................................................................. 69
Add Card Formats ......................................................... 69
Add DTU to Device List ............................................... 66
Clear the DTU................................................................ 69
Overivew......................................................................... 66
Overview......................................................................... 11
Status LEDs..................................................................... 66
Update a DACM............................................................ 68
Database
Compact Database option ............................................. 50
Compact Settings option ............................................... 50
Database Maintenance Tab........................................... 50
Database Restore option................................................ 50
Department Configuration .................................................40
Door
Deadlock option ............................................................. 24
Door Contact Settings.................................................... 45
Door Forced Open......................................................... 17
Door Held Open ............................................................ 17
Door Release Time Options ......................................... 45
Door Unlocked option............................................. 24, 45
Ext’d Door option .......................................................... 36
Grant Access ................................................................... 16
Open Door option.......................................................... 63
Set Door Open Time ..................................................... 12
Set Latch option ............................................................. 36
Start-up Mode Settings................................................... 45
Unlock Door option....................................................... 63
DS7240V2/DS7220V2
Add a Card to a Control Panel User............................ 14
Clear Trouble and Tamper Conditions ....................... 17
Clearing a Fire Alarm .................................................... 17
Control Panel Bus Address ........................................... 13
Delete a Card from a Control Panel User ................... 15
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | Index
DS7400XiV4
Add a Card to a Control Panel User ............................15
Changing Arming States ................................................17
Clear Trouble and Tamper Conditions........................17
Clearing a Fire Alarm.....................................................17
Control Panel Bus Address ............................................13
Delete a Card from a Control Panel User....................15
Employer Configuration .................................................... 39
Erase DACM
Clear Controller ..............................................................14
Hardware Reset...............................................................14
Program Card..................................................................14
Export
Exporting Reports...........................................................61
User Records ...................................................................50
Fire Alarm
Clear a Fire Alarm..........................................................17
Format and Statistics Window
Card Matching Tab ........................................................54
Card Type Information Tab ..........................................53
Card Type Pane ..............................................................52
Overview .........................................................................52
High Security Mode
definition of .....................................................................24
Hi Sec option...................................................................36
High Security Mode Activates Card + PIN option.....46
High Security Mode option .....................................45, 63
Set Hi Sec option ............................................................36
Import
User Records ...................................................................50
Imprint Number
definition of ...............................................................31, 34
Keyfob
Overview .........................................................................10
License Agreement ............................................................... 2
Main Screen
Button Tray .....................................................................24
Device Pane.....................................................................23
Menus...............................................................................21
Overview .........................................................................21
Status Bar .........................................................................25
Transaction Window ......................................................22
Permission Groups
Add a New Permission Group ......................................57
Change an Existing Permission Group.........................58
Delete an Existing Permission Group...........................58
Group Authorization Tab ..............................................57
PIN
Add a PIN........................................................................13
Card + PIN option .........................................................26
Delete a PIN....................................................................13
Max PIN Number option...............................................51
PIN Code.........................................................................34
PIN Only option .............................................................26
PIN Settings.....................................................................46
Set PIN Length................................................................13
Use of ...............................................................................26
Print
Current Cardholder Details ...........................................32
Test Results Report.........................................................29
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
EN | 74
Program Card
Erase DACM .................................................................. 14
Overview......................................................................... 10
Program Mode.....................................................................12
Auto Exit ......................................................................... 12
Enter/Exit........................................................................ 12
Program Mode Menu
Add Card [1][#].............................................................. 12
Add PIN [1][1][#] ........................................................... 13
Block Load [3][#] ........................................................... 12
Control Panel Bus Address [5][#]................................. 13
Delete Card [0][#] .......................................................... 12
Delete PIN [1][0][#] ....................................................... 13
Door Open Time [2][#] ................................................. 12
PIN Length [4][#]........................................................... 13
Proximity Reader/Keypad
Overview............................................................................9
Report Window
Action Button Toolbars ................................................. 59
Exporting Reports .......................................................... 61
Filter Reports .................................................................. 60
Overview......................................................................... 58
Print Preview .................................................................. 59
Report Menu .................................................................. 59
Report Preview Pane ..................................................... 59
Report Selection Pane.................................................... 60
Search Tool ..........................................................................38
Security Settings Window
Add a New DACM PC User ........................................ 56
Add New Permission Groups ....................................... 57
Change an Existing DACM PC User’s Password....... 56
Change Existing Permission Groups............................ 58
Delete an Existing DACM PC User............................. 56
Delete Existing Permission Groups .............................. 58
Group Authorization Tab.............................................. 57
Overview......................................................................... 54
User Settings Tab ........................................................... 55
Software
Database Maintenance................................................... 50
Default Password ............................................................ 20
Default User Name ........................................................ 20
Download Required....................................................... 25
Installation....................................................................... 18
Interface Styles ............................................................... 20
Language Menu........................................................ 19, 25
Main Screen.................................................................... 21
Overview......................................................................... 18
Removal .......................................................................... 64
Start.................................................................................. 19
System Requirements............................................................8
System Settings Window
Database Maintenance Tab........................................... 50
E-mail Facilities Tab ...................................................... 49
General Settings Tab...................................................... 51
Installer Info Tab............................................................ 49
Overview......................................................................... 47
Site Info Tab ................................................................... 48
System Settings Pane...................................................... 48
Test Wizard Tab............................................................. 49
System Usage Indicators.....................................................48
Door Access Control Module | Operation Instructions | Index
Test Results Report
Print..................................................................................29
Transaction Window .......................................................... 22
Number of Lines Shown option ....................................51
Transaction Screen Pause option ..................................51
User Types
Control Panel User .........................................................10
DACM PC User..............................................................10
Users
Access Group ..................................................................34
Add a Card to a Control Panel User ............................14
Add a New DACM PC User.........................................56
Area Assignment Change ..............................................16
Change an Existing DACM PC User’s Password .......56
Configure .........................................................................32
DACM PC Users ............................................... 18, 25, 55
definition of ...............................................................14, 18
Delete an Existing DACM PC User .............................56
Export Cardholders ..................................................32, 50
Bosch Security Systems | 10/04 | F01U500997B
EN | 75
Import Cardholders ................................................. 32, 50
Print Cardholder Details................................................ 32
Spanning Multiple Control Panels ............................... 16
User Record List ............................................................ 31
User Settings Tab ........................................................... 55
Utility Window
Message Pane.................................................................. 62
Overview......................................................................... 62
Progress Bar .................................................................... 64
Status Bar ........................................................................ 64
Tools Menu..................................................................... 62
Utility Pane ..................................................................... 63
Wizards
Add New Card Wizard.................................................. 30
Card Format Configuration Wizard............................. 29
Card Replacement Wizard............................................ 31
New Device Wizard....................................................... 26
Test Wizard..................................................................... 27
Test Wizard Tab............................................................. 49
Bosch Security Systems
www.boschsecuritysystems.com
© 2004 Bosch Security Systems
F01U500997B
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement