multi-user management package
An integrated solution to manage Fire Alarms, Intrusion Alarms
and Access Control in multiple sites. Provides control of DVR’s
and PTZ camera’s in case of Fire, Intrusion or Access Control
alarms to enable immediate live verification. Allows verification
of recorded footage at a later date. Integrated Intrusion/Access
control panel programming.
ATS8300 offers comprehensive
functionality in following areas
• System monitoring
• System control
• System programming
• Card issue & programming
Maximum system size is limited
• Performance
• Database size
6 Easy steps for installation
1.Install ATS8300 on your Server computer
(license domain and database server run on the Server
2.Create the database on the server.
3.Register the ATS8300 license on the Server computer.
4.Start the ATS8300 application.
5.Use the Client Form to add and configure all your clients.
6.Install ATS8300 on your client computer(s).
ATS8300 puts operator in control of the premises
• Graphical floor plans and icons
Maximum numbers:
• Alarm monitoring and acknowledgement
• 64 panels
• Real-time access control
• 5 clients
• 16 DVMRe
• 1 Fire Alarm System
Video integration
• Live/Recorded Video
• Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) control
The External Reports option opens the Launch
External Reports window, allowing you to
access an executable application or report
that was not created within ATS8300.
Event Triggers allows you to move up to four
PTZ (pan tilt zoom) cameras into pre-set
positions in response to specific door/reader
transactions and/or alarm transactions.
For example, you may wish to access a report
created by a third party report generator such
as Crystal Reports or Microsoft Access 2000
or 2002.
This function can be used, for example, to
obtain a video image at a door if someone
attempts entry using a badge that has been
identified as ‘lost’, or if an alarm is generated.
In addition, a tag can be automatically sent
to the DVR for marking the recorded video
and for changing the camera’s recording
rate appropriately.
The Alarm Monitor displays alarm (input)
activity. An alarm is displayed on the Alarm
Monitor if the Monitor field was selected in
the Alarm Form. Maps or CCTV triggers can
be activated through the Alarm Monitor Form
directly. All acknowledgments are recorded in
both Operator and the Alarm History. In addition,
all responses are recorded when the alarm
is acknowledged.
The badge monitor displays all badge related
activity. If CCTV triggers are available for
a certain badge event, it can be activated
directly from the badge monitor.
The use of permissions and facilities enables
the ATS8300 operator to work with only the
items that may require the operator’s attention.
The Alarm Graphics Viewer option opens the
Alarm Graphics Viewer that allows the operator
to view maps created in Alarm Graphics Editor.
These maps indicate the location and type
of incoming alarms. Use the Alarm Graphics
Viewer to select and display an alarm graphics
map. Maps can contain icons that represent
the physical locations of one or more devices
such as doors, Alarm detectors or cameras.
The icons can change appearance to indicate
conditions of trouble, alarm, or reset. An icon
may be linked with another map (for example, to
display a room within a building) and clicking a
linked icon will enable to view the other map.
The Alarm Graphics Editor allows you to create
a map (graphical view) of alarm states for the
alarms you select, and to create links to other
maps. For example, the operator might start off
with a facilities map with an alarm point on a
building, showing the alarm status of all alarms
in a building. If the alarm point has been defined
as a jump to the building’s map, clicking the
icon will display the building map, and so on.
Jump points to other maps do not need to be
linked to an alarm.
Person records are defined in ATS8300 from the
menu option. A Person record contains details
about a potential* user of the security system
and assigns a Person Profile to provide the
appropriate access rights.
A map has a background image as vector
drawings, saved in Windows MetaFile (.WMF)
or Enhanced MetaFile (.EMF) format.
Applications such as Microsoft Visio, Microsoft
PowerPoint, CorelDraw, Adobe Illustrator, and
many other drawing applications can save
images in either .WMF or .EMF format.
* A potential user becomes a user when a
badge (or PIN) is assigned via the Badge form.
Person Profile records are defined in ATS8300
from the menu option. Person Profiles control
permissions. A Person Profile is the name given
to a particular group of persons (such as ‘Office
Staff’) that share the same set of access rights.
Unique Selling Points
Single database, Single system
• Integrates all UTC Fire & Security commercial disciplines:
Intrusion, Access Control, Fire alarms, CCTV
ATS8300 works with MSDE or MS SQL Server
One database can have multiple Fire Control
panels, Intrusion/Access control panels and
• Allows direct programming of Advisor Master control panels
• Multi User application enabling simultaneous access of
operators to the database
ATS8300 database can connect to
• Advanced reporting
• ATS Control panels (including all
• Up to 5 clients (included server client)
• Up to 32 control panels
• FP1200/2000 Fire Control Panel range
DVMRe and StoreSafe DVR’s
• Up to 2000 doors
• Up to 31 Fire Control Panels (1 Network)
• CCTV verification of any alarm or event
• Access stored CCTV footage triggered by alarm
• Allows maps using different levels for easy localization
of alarms
• IP connectivity for Intrusion/Access, DVR’s and
camera control, clients
Access Control
• Also Dial-up or RS232 connectivity
In ATS 8300, the term ‘badge’ may refer to a:
Smart Card or Key Fob; Magnetic stripe card;
PIN; Combination of card and PIN.
In other words, a badge may be a physical
device, a number entered at a keypad, or both.
The purpose of badge groups is to provide
flexibility in setting up multi-panel security
systems where some panels must cater for a
large number of users (such as a main entrance)
and other panels that cater for smaller numbers
of users (such as individual departments).
Badge Groups are based on Badge Formats like,
Aritech Wiegand ASC, 26-Bit Wiegand, Raw data,
PIN (personal identification number) code.
advisor MASTER
total security system
feel secure
In a world where growing prosperity is leading to greater technical
complexity and increased vulnerability, you need fail-safe,
round‑the‑clock security to ensure the continuity of your business.
The advisor MASTER is UTC Fire & Security’s new family of control
panels and peripherals, engineered to become the backbone of
your security and designed for commercial applications ranging
from high‑street stores or professional practices to office and
government buildings, banks, post offices, supermarkets,
distribution centers, schools and many other locations.
With Intrusion, Access control, and Fire Alarms and CCTV integration
in one platform for 7/24/365 effective security, the advisor MASTER
is flexible to meet any particular needs and designed to expand as
your security needs grow. In addition, the advisor MASTER family
is the first security system that uses a common hardware and software platform across Europe.
And that is security you can feel secure about.
Alliance Basic - Alliance server + 1 client, 1 DVR
Alliance Standard - Alliance server + 2 clients, 4 DVR
Alliance Professional - Alliance server + 4 clients, 8 DVR
Alliance Client License - Additional Alliance client for ATS8300 or ATS8310 (upgrade)
Alliance Imaging Client License - License for 1 Imaging client (upgrade)
Analogue addressable fire panel 2 - 4 loops, 16 zones
Analogue panel, 2-loops and 64 zones
Analogue addressable fire panel, 2 - 8 loops, 16 - 64 zones
Analogue addressable fire panel, 2 - 8 loops, 64-255 zones
Stand-alone, full-featured multiplexer and digital recorder
StoreSafe Pro
Stand-alone, full-featured multiplexer and digital recorder
Triplex CT Multiplexer/Recorder, NTSC/PAL, Ethernet
Advanced DVMRe Capabilities, Evidence Capture, and Turbo Record Mode
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