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RF LOGICS INC.
ACCESS CONTROL SERVER SETTING
MANUAL

User Manual

RF LOGICS INC.

Access Control Server User Manual

RF Logics Inc.

370 Amapola Ave. Suite 106


Torrance, CA 90501
Phone 310.782.8383 Fax 310.782.8298
www.rflogicsinc.com

PREFACE
This manual is a software configuration and reference for the AC Server Access Control &
Video Surveillance Security System. An overview of the hardware is provided and
information on configuring the software to fit the Access Control & Video Surveillance
Security Requirements desired for the system.
This manual is intended for the person who sets up and operates the AC Server System,
and technical support person who provides customer support.

TRADEMARKS
All brand or product names mentioned herein are used for identification purposes only and
may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
RF Logics, the RF Logics Logo, and AC Server access control NVR System are registered
trademarks of RF Logics Inc.

NOTES, NOTICES, AND CAUTIONS


NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of
your AC Server System.

NOTICE: A NOTICE indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data


and tells you how to avoid the problem.

CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death.

May. 2009

OPX-930

Rev. 000

Table of Contents
AC SERVER SPECIFICATIONS..........................................................1
AC SERVER PREPARATION & CONNECTION.................................3
AC Server Hardware Connection..................................................3
ITDC LAN Module IP Configuration Setup......................................6

MySQL 5.0 Installation..........................................................................9


1.

SQL Database Server Setup.......................................................9


1.1.

Required Software...............................................................9

MySQL Copyright & License Notice..................................................9


1.2.

MySQL 5.0 Setup................................................................10

1.3.

MySQL ODBC Connection 3.51 Setup................................16

AC SERVER ACCESS CONTROL / ELEVATOR CONFIGURATION18


1.

AC Server Access Control/Elevator Control Connection Setting18


1.1.

2.

AC Server Setting Program...............................................18

AC Server Access Control/Elevator Control..............................27


AC Server Main Program..............................................................27
2.1.

AC Server Main Program Description..................................27

2.2.

Setup....................................................................................30

2.3.

Database..............................................................................49

2.4.

Access Control.....................................................................52

2.5.

View (Status & Map Viewer)................................................66

2.6.

Report...................................................................................69

2.7.

Display Setup.......................................................................75

2.8.

Lift Control............................................................................78

AC SERVER VIDEO CONFIGURATION............................................89


AC Server Video Configuration Menu.........................................89
1.

Disk tool Setup............................................................................................. 90

1.1.
2.

Disk tool Setup..........................................................................................90


System Setup................................................................................................91

2.1.

Site Information......................................................................................... 91

2.2.

Startup........................................................................................................ 92

2.3.

Log Write Setup.........................................................................................93

Log files can be viewed Log Viewer in Utility.........................................................93


2.4.

Screen........................................................................................................ 94

2.5.

Auxiliary Functions...................................................................................94

3.

Camera Setup............................................................................................... 98

3.1.

General Setting.......................................................................................... 98

3.7.

Scheduling Setting..................................................................................100

3.7.1.

Recording schedule.............................................................................100

3.8.

Holiday Setting........................................................................................101

3.9.

Notify Schedule.......................................................................................101

3.10.

Color & Motion Setting..........................................................................102

4.

Sensor (Input) Setup..................................................................................104

5.

Back Up Setup............................................................................................ 105

6.

POS Communication Setup.......................................................................107

7.

AC Server Search.......................................................................................117

8.

User Admin Setup......................................................................................126

8.1.

Username: User name Setup...................................................................126

8.2.

Password: Password Setup for User.......................................................126

8.3.

Confirm password: Confirms password..................................................126

8.4.

Default user: Default user will be assumed by the program to be using the DVR

main whenever it is loaded..................................................................................126


8.5.
8.5.1.

Authority: Adjust detail authorities for each user......................................126


Use Windows Key: enables Window key and Ctrl + Alt + Delete on the Keyboard if

selected............................................................................................................... 126
8.6.

Notify Login: Set duration of login time for a user when the user, (triggered by event

notification) connects to the main by remote-client.............................................126

How to Customize This Manual........................................................128


About the Picture Icons..............................................................128

Section Breaks Are Key....................................................................128


About Pictures and Captions............................................................129
How to Generate a Table of Contents...........................................129
How to Create an Index................................................................130

How to Change the Headers and Footers.........................................130


How to Create a Numbered Paragraph............................................130
How to Save Time in the Future.......................................................130
How to Create a Document...........................................................131

More Template Tips..........................................................................131


Index.................................................................................................131

Chapter

AC SERVER SPECIFICATIONS
1~32 Camera Inputs / Output: Up to 32 camera inputs are available on screen for digital
handling
1~32 Sensor Inputs: Up to 32 sensors can be linked to the system
1~8 Digital Outputs (Relay Outputs): Digital Outputs can be used to activate relays like
shutters and sirens, and activation can be linked to sensor and motion detection.
Sound Recording and Two-Way Communication Capabilities: Sound can be recorded with
video images. Two-way communication is possible between AC Server-Server and AC ServerNet.
Display Features (w/ Multi-Viewing): Up to 1, 4, 6, 9, 10, 16 or 32 different camera shots to
be displayed onscreen at the same time.
PAN/TILT/ZOOM/FOCUS Capabilities: Each connected camera can be manipulated through
the AC Server main program as long as each camera supports such capabilities.
Auto Rebooting System: When AC Server detects an error or malfunction within the system,
it will automatically reboot the system in order to correct it.
Motion Detection and Sensor Trigger: Detection features make it possible to record images
only when movement is detected, preserving volume space and maximizing the use of
physical storage space.
Scheduled Recording: Scheduling allows the administrator to record images only during
designated time periods, if so desired. Every combination of scheduling is available in the AC
Server Schedule Recording Setup.

Data Backup and Auto Backup: Data can be preserved through various formats (DAT, CD,
or DVD) and data from specific cameras and/or time periods can be specifically isolated for
backup as well. Much like scheduled recording, backup of data can be scheduled as well.
Digitalized Video Search: Recorded data features digital playback for each camera
simultaneously or one at a time. Playback features include advanced search features and
image extracting, which allows portions of existing video to be extracted and saved as a
separate file.
Network Support (PSTN, TCP/IP, LAN, Modem Protocol Support): AC Server supports
network access, which allows administrators to login to AC Server main and remotely access
the features provided locally.
Integration with Text data from External Devices: Data from external devices (POS, Access
Control, ATM, etc) can be recorded with AC Server video images. Text Search allows to search
data from external devices with AC Server video image when event occurs.
AC Server System Hardware Specification Table

Feature

AC Server 8

AC Server 16

AC Server 32

8 BNC Port

16 BNC Port

(NTSC/PAL)

(NTSC/PAL)

32 BNC Port
(NTSC/PAL)

Sound Input

8 Port

16 Port

32 Port

Sensor Input

8 Port

16 Port

32 Port

Relay Output

4 Port

4 Port

8 Port

240 FPS

480 FPS

960 FPS

Camera Input

Recording Speed
Main Display

1280 X 1024 @ 60Hz

Resolution

CIF(352X240), Half D1(704X240), D1(704X480)

Composite Output

1 Port (NTSC/PAL, Normal)

Image Format

MPEG4

Playback Speed

x1, x2, x3, x4, x8, x16, x32, x64, x128

Recording Mode

Panic, Normal, Motion Detection, Sensor, Scheduled

Remote Control

Full remote control PSTN, ISDN, ADSL, LAN and TCP/IP

Back-up

DAT, CD, DVD

PAN/TILT/ZOOM/FOCUS RS-422/485(EIA-485) Interface


Access Control Input

TCP/IP

POS/ATM Input

RS-232/422/485(EIA485), TCP/IP, UDP

Watermarking

Digital Watermarking & Authentication Software

System Monitoring

Hardware Watchdog, Abnormal Shutdown Detection

Network Features

DHCP, DDNS, Bandwidth Mgmt, Two-Way Network Audio

Event Input Source

Access Control, Sensor, Motion, Video Loss, Watchdog

Event Notification

Email, Video Pop-up, Buzzer, Digital Out, Phone(Optional)

Storage

HDD(SATA), Six(6) Terabyte Max (Internal)

Search

Calendar, Timeline, Event, Motion, Text Data

Remote Access

Central Monitoring System, Remote Client, Web(IE6/7/8)

Multiple Group

Up to 128 AC Server Systems

Chapter

AC SERVER PREPARATION &


CONNECTION

AC Server System Back Panel (16Ch Unit


Shown)

AC Server Hardware Connection

1
2

Connect VGA & DVI cables to the graphic card for Dual Screen Display

Connect CAT5E cable for TCP/IP connection

3 Connect USB mouse and keyboard to the USB ports

Connect AC Server System Video & Audio Cables to Back Panel

Connect Camera cables to Video Inputs then connect Audio cables to

Audio Inputs

AC Server Video Pigtail


Cable

Connect Camera cables to Video Input & Audio cables to Audio Inputs

AC Server Audio Pigtail


Cable

Connection Ports Descriptions

17.1 EIA-485(Formerly RS-485) Input: It is for two-wire, half duplex, multipoint serial
communication ports. It can be used for PTZ Cameras. 32 Channel AC Server
has an additional TV-Out port on EIA-485 Board.
17.2 RS-232 Input / Output Port: Serial binary data signal port. AC Server uses it for
POS data input.

Sensor Input / Output ports (16 inputs/ 4 Output-relays)

Sensor port pin number

1 ~ 16: Signal input


G: Ground
R1, R2, R3, R4: Relay output

TCP/IP Port: AC Server Utilizes TCP/IP port to connect ITDC Access

Controllers.

ITDC Control Panels (NEMA PACK)

ITDC LAN Module IP Configuration Setup

Note: Make sure the ITDC Control boards are equipped with TCP-IP
LAN Module (IIM7100A).

IP Address Configuration for ITDC Control Panel


7100A_C.exe Program allows users to set and modify the IP address for the ITDC LAN
Module. ITDC LAN Module as a default has unique MAC address and Blank IP
address. Users can assign specific IP Address to Each MAC address.

Before running the 7100A_C.exe to assign IP address, we first need to find out
what the Subnet Mask and Default Gateway of the AC Server computer is. Click
on Start, and type CMD on command line to run command mode.

Type IPCONFIG, then IP address, subnet Mask, and Default gateway are
listed. Please write them down on a piece of paper.

Run 7100A_C.exe from Desktop.

Click on Search. Highlight the MAC Address which you would like to
configure the IP address.

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Type in the available IP address and type in subnet and gateway addresses
concurrent to ITDC. Write the IP addresses which obtained from
IPCONFIG command. This information would be needed in order to set the
communication between AC Server and ITDC board. Type in 5000 for the
default port.

Click on Serial Menu, adjust the Speed, Data bits, Parity, Stop Bit, and Flow
as above. *Make sure to adjust Flow as CTS/RTS mode.

Click on Setting to save the setup. Wait for 10 second. And click on
Search again. Mac address for the IP configured unit will appear. Verify the
settings.

Repeat the procedures if more than one ITDC boards are connected.

Click on Exit when finished.

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Chapter

MySQL 5.0 Installation


1. SQL Database Server Setup
1.1. Required Software
1.1.1MySQL 5.0
MySQL is a database Server program. It is required to install before AC
Server System installation. AC Server CD contains the setup file for My
SQL 5.0.45 (Win32). The file is available at
http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql/5.0.html#downloads

1.1.2MySQL Connector ODBC


The MySQL ODBC Connector is required to install before AC Server
System installation.
AC Server CD contains the setup file for My SQL Connector ODBC 3.51.17
(Win32). The file is available at
http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/odbc/3.51.html

MySQL Copyright & License Notice


MySQL is a registered trademark of MySQL AB.

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The MySQL software is Dual Licensed. Users can choose to use the MySQL
software as an Open Source product under the terms of the GNU General Public
License (http://www.fsf.org/licenses/) or can purchase a standard commercial license
from MySQL AB. Seehttp://www.mysql.com/company/legal/licensing/ for more
information on My SQL licensing policies.

1.2. MySQL 5.0 Setup


1.2.1Click Next to proceed

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1.2.2Click Next to proceed

1.2.3Select Typical and Click Next to proceed

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1.2.4Click Install to proceed

1.2.5Wait until Next button is enabled and Click Next

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1.2.6Keep clicking Next until you see the below screen and select (Check the box)
Configure the MySQL Server now option.

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1.2.7Server Configuration starts and click Next to proceed

1.2.8Select Standard Configuration and Click Next

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1.2.9Check All Options and click Next. Include Bin Directory in Windows Path is not
necessary but it provides very useful tools in case of using command line prompt.

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1.2.10
First time setting, it requires to setup root password. This password is also
used at Central Monitoring System if CMS uses the database option. Please make
sure Enable root access from remote machines is selected (checked box).
Unckeck Create An Anonymous Account and Click Next to proceed.

1.2.11 Click Execute button to start configuration.

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1.2.12 After configuration is done, click Finish to close the wizard.

1.3. MySQL ODBC Connection 3.51 Setup


1.3.1Click Next to proceed

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1.3.2Select Typical and Click Next to proceed

1.3.3Click Install button

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1.3.4Click Finish to end the setup wizard.

Chapter

AC SERVER SETTING
AC Server Access Control / Elevator Control Connection Setting
1. AC Server Setting Program
1.1 Locate the AC Server folder From Start Button Menu, and Execute the AC Server Setting
under AC Server Folder

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1.2 Type Admin ID & Admin Password (Default ID is Admin & Password is Admin)

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2. Program Definition

2.1 Communication Information


Event Port: Event communication port for AC Server and ITDC (Default: 6001).
Setting Port: Alarm communication port for AC Server and ITDC (Default: 6002).
2.2 Event Data Storage Period
Event Data Storage Period (Month)
Alarm Data Storage Period (Month)
Visitor Data Storage Period (Month)
2.3 Communication Info for Client
Event Port: Event communication port between AC Server and AC Client.
Setting Port: Alarm communication port between AC Server and AC Client.

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3. Database Definition

3.1 Database Type: AC Server supports MS SQL and My SQL.


3.2 Server: IP address database installed (Default: localhost).
3.3 Database Name: Name of DB installed on the AC Server
3.4 ID: ID for installed Database (Default: root)
3.5 Password: Password for installed Database (Default: 1234)
3.6 Create Database: Create a database with the Database Name (Default: ).
3.7 Create Table: Create tables under the database user made.
3.8 Default Data: Insert default value.
3.9 Connect Test: Check the connection between AC Server and database.
After Successful creation of database, you must test the connection to database file by
pressing Connection Test
3.10 Database Backup: Manual backup.
3.11 Database Recover: Manual database recovery.

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4. DVR Definition

4.1 Click Add to enroll DVR to AC Server

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4.1.1. DVR Connection Information

DVR ID: AC Server is assigned a DVR ID when user adds a DVR to AC Server
as identification.

IP Address: IP Address of DVR System

Image Port: A communication port between AC Server and DVR.

Sync Port: Time Sync Port between AC Server and DVR.

4.1.2. DVR Information

Camera Count: # of cameras linked to the DVR

User ID: DVRs User ID need for login DVR.

Password: DVRs password need for login DVR.

DVR Name: DVR Name for enrolled DVR.

4.2 Select a user and Click Modify to change

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5. User Definition

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5.1 Click Add Button to create a new user.

5.2 After you create a new user, you need to setup the permissions for the user by
selecting user ID & clicking Permissions button, if the user is User level account.

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5.3 Assign proper authorities to the user by checking the box of menu codes and save the
changes.
5.4 Select a user and Click Modify to change User Name, Password, and User Level.

6. Loop Definition

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6.1 Click Add Button to create a new loop

Select available Loop No. from the drop down menu


Input the IP address of ITDC
Communication Port value can be configured. Default is 5000
Check Box option for usage of selected ITDC
Control ID has to be 000 No options will be available
Control Type: Either ITDC Access Control or Elevator Control can
be selected.
Control Name: User can define the name of the controller.

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6.2 Select a loop and Click Modify Button to edit existing loop

7. Device Mapping Definition

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7.1 Add a new camera mapping definition

1.1.2. Controller Information


Loop No.: From existing ITDC connection, Loop No. need to be selected to
create a camera mapping to a access control device such as readers and
inputs.
Control ID: All ITDC connections use control ID as 000
Input Type: Select input type such as reader or input.
Input Device: Depend on numbers of inputs controlled by ITDC control panel,
user can choose up to 4 door readers and up to 15 input devices.
1.1.3. DVR Information
DVR ID: Select a DVR ID
DVR Name: The DVR Name of the selected DVR ID will be showed.
Camera No.: Select a camera to be associated with an assigned device such
as readers and inputs.

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Interval Time: Choose the start time to display video when an alarm occurs.
0: Display the image from the time when an alarm trigger.
Less than 0: Display the image from the selected time before an alarm
trigger.
Greater than 0: Display the image from the selected time after an alarm
trigger.

7.2 Modify existing camera mapping definition by clicking Modify button and edit the
settings of the definition as same way as adding a new definition.

8. Controller Definition
8.1 Modify Controller Definition
Existing ITDC Controller Setting can be modified by pressing Definition
under Controller Definition or double clicking one in the list.

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Door Type: 2 / 3 / 4 Door Setting available


ID Memory: Capacity of ID Registration on the memory of ITDC Control
Panel. It can be increased or decreased by 1000 and it is interlocked with
Event Memory Buffer.
Event Memory: ITDC Control Panel will hold the transaction data up to the
setting of event memory in case of failed communication with AC Server.
Controller Option
Use Arm/Disarm
Use Arm/Disarm Input
Use 2 Men Function
Key Input Method
4/8 Bit Burst Mode
26 Bit Wiegand Mode

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After Setting the Controller Definition(s), It must be saved and transmitted


to ITDC Control Panel to apply the definition changes.
8.2 Initialize Controller

Controller Initialize: Initialize ITDC Control Panel and clear all ITDC
settings to factory default.
Card Initialize Data: Clear all ID card registration information from ITDC
Control Panel
Event Data Initialize: Clear all transaction event data left on ITDC Control
Panel.

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Chapter

AC Server Main Program (Menu Bar)

1. AC Server Main Program Description


1.1 Menu Bar
1.1.1. Setup: System setup menu contents. Most of setups from this menu require
transmitting date to ITDC Controller.
Biometrics Communication Definition
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Door / Reader Definition


Input Point Definition
Output Point Definition
System
Map Definition
Fire Group Definition
Option
Program Setting
1.1.2. Database: Before the actual setup for iTDC Controller, these databases need to be
created and configured.
Area Definition
Floor Definition
Company Definition
Department Definition
Title Definition
1.1.3. Access Control
Holiday Definition
Time Schedule Definition
Access Group Definition
Card Holder Management
Deleted Card Management
Visitor Management

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Card Printer
1.1.4 View
Door Status
Alarm Status
Output Status
Fire Status
Input Device Status
Communication Status
Map Viewer
Search
1.1.4. Report
Card Holder Report
Delete Card Holder Report
Event History Report
Alarm History Report
Visitor Event History Report
1.1.5. Time / Attendance
Time / Attendance Time Definition
Time / Attendance Holiday Definition
Daily T&A Management
Monthly T&A Management

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Annual T&A Management


Time / Attendance Report
Time / Attendance Option
1.1.6. Lift Control
Lift Definition
Lift Controller Definition
Lift Controller Output Definition
Lift Group Definition
Report
1.1.7. About
1.2 Button Menu Bar
Time Zone
Time Schedule
Group
Card Holder Management
Modify Card Holder Management
Delete Card Holder Management
Visitor Card Management
Search
Map
Door Status
DVR
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Alarm Status Window: Alarm transaction events display window


Event Status Window: Event transaction display window. This area only shows
access granted transactions.
2. Setup

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2.1 Biometrics Communication Definition

Add Biometrics Readers

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Loop No.: Select the loop no. that biometric reader is connected to.

Biometric Reader ID: Select ITDC Reader ID No.

Select Biometric Reader: Choose proper biometric reader model from the list
FGR006 / EX (RF Proximity)
FGR006 SR (Smart card; Mifare)
Finger006 / EX (RF Proximity)
Finger006 SR (Smart card; Mifare)

Operation Mode: RF(PIN) Only, RF(PIN) + Fingerprint(PW), RF(PIN) +


PW + Fingerprint options are available depends on the level of security.
RF (PIN): RF Proximity or PIN
RF (PIN) + Fingerprint (PW): RF Proximity or Card No.(PIN) AND
Fingerprint or password
RF (PIN) + PW + Fingerprint: RF Proximity or Card No.(PIN) AND
password AND Fingerprint

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Fingerprint Template Mode


0-Single Mode: To register a fingerprint twice
1-Dual Mode: To register 2 different fingerprints under a single ID (Low
Recognition Effectiveness)

Adaptive Mode
0-Not Use: Disable Adaptive Mode
1-Use: To enhance the effectiveness of fingerprint recognition (Recognition
process is comparatively slow. The red light of the module blinks while
scanning)

Identification Mode (1:N): By auto match (fingerprint only)


0-Not Use: Disable Identification mode
1-Use: Allows to obtain access by using a fingerprint only

Output Format Type


0-26Bit/34Bit Wiegand
1-ABA Track II

Output Extension Mode (Finger Model Menu)


0-Normal: Only after successful recognition, the card number will be sent out
1-Extension: After recognition, the card number is sent out and the result will
be sent out through the separate lines (Ok, Error)

LCD Display Mode (Finger Model Menu)


0-Status: Recognition result will be displayed on the unit
1-Card No.: Card ID number will be displayed on the unit

Keypad Input Usage (Finger Model Menu)


0-Not Use: Disable keypad
1-Use: Capable to enter the card ID number by keypad

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Standalone Mode (Finger Model Menu)


0-Nou Use: Use reader to reader connection (RS422/485)
1-Use: Independent reader mode (disable reader to reader communication)

Finger006P Mode (Finger Model Menu)


0-Not Use: Normal reader mode
1-Use: Disable RF proximity reader function of the unit

Reader/Registration Mode (FGR Model Menu)


0-Reader Mode: Normal reader mode

1-Registration Mode: Use the unit as a fingerprint registration device

Modify / Delete Biometric Readers

Modify
Select the Biometric Reader to be modified
Click Modify button
Change the settings from Biometric Reader Communication Definition
Window
Click Save and Close buttons

Delete
Select the Biometric Reader to be deleted
Click Delete button

Transmit
When setup is performed, it is not active until transmitted to Controller. Transmit
button will send the setting data to designated ITDC.

2.2 Door / Reader Definition

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Door/Reader definition explains door and reader configuration data. Doors and readers are
connected to each ITDC Controller. Therefore, software needs to be defined the door and
reader configuration to control events occurrence and ITDC controller settings.
Find
Find is used to get relevant information pertaining to the inquiry when information is
available. It is used to edit and delete the existing data information.
2.2.1. Anti-passback / Door Open Alarm Time

Add

Loop No.: Select Loop No.

Anti-Passback: Select the door(s) to apply Anti-passback. Normal Mode


disables Anti-passback feature.

Normal Mode: Normal Door Operation without Anti-Passback Mode

Door 1 enable: Anti-Passback Mode on Door 1

Door 2 enable: Anti-Passback Mode on Door 2

Door 1 / Door 2 enable: Anti-Passback Mode on Door 1 & Door 2


Configure Reader (In) and Reader (Out), if using 1 access door with 2
readers as In and Out, but if using only 1 reader, configure Reader (In)
only.
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If using 2 doors, configure In and Out reader or In only for all doors.
If using 3 doors, 1 door can be configured as Door In and Out reader, and
the 2 doors as In reader only.
If using 4 doors, all doors are configured as Door In reader only.

Door Open Alarm Time: Determine how long the door can be opened. After the
setting time on Door Open Alarm Time, it become an alarm as Door held open

Transmit: Transmit button will send the setting data to designated ITDC.

2.2.2. Reader Definition

Modify
Controller Name: Show the controller name linked the selected reader.
Reader: Show the selected Reader No.
Reader Information

Reader Type
Proximity Reader
Proximity & PIN Reader
Biometrics Reader

Keypad Input Usage

In order to use the keypad as input devices, check the box to enable
the keypad.

Reader Name: User defined field for easy recognizing the


reader.

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Biometric Reader: Reader Type is available when the


biometrics reader is selected at Reader Type

Biometric Reader Info: Pre-assigned biometric reader ID will be


shown.

Operation Mode
RF Only: RF Proximity Mode only
RF + Password: RF Proximity & Password Mode.

Time Schedule for Card Only

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It is time schedule setting for RF Card only access while the reader is set as RF
+ Password Mode.
Normally the reader requires RF and Password to grand the access but with
time schedule for Card only, User can obtain the access with card only in predefined segmentations of time period
Time Schedule is enabled when the RF+Password Mode is selected
Time Schedule must be defined before the Time schedule for Card only
Transmit: Transmit button will send the setting data to designated ITDC.
After finishing all doors, readers, and related settings, User can transmit all setting
data to ITDCs at once by using Set Batch Controller command under System of
Setup.
2.2.3 Door Definition

Add

Loop No.: Select the existing ITDC connection to be defined

Door: Select the Door to be defined

Area: Select the Area from pre-defined area definition from database
setup

Floor: Select the Floor from pre-defined floor definition from database
setup

Door Name: Input the name of door for your reference. It will show up on
reports, so input easily identified name for definition.

Use Duress Mode: Select Duress Mode if to be used

Duress Code: Input a 2-digit code to use Duress Mode

Door IN (Entrance Reader): Select the reader for Door In.

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Modify

Select the Door to be modified

Click Modify button

Change the settings from Door Definition Window as same way as


adding door definition

Click Save and Close buttons

Transmit

Transmit button will send the setting data to designated ITDC.

Door definition must be transmitted to ITDC individually.

Delete

Select the Biometric Reader to be deleted and click Delete Button

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After finishing all doors, readers, and related settings, User can transmit all
setting data to ITDCs at once by using Set Batch Controller command.
2.3 Input Point Definition

2.3.1 Input Normal Definition

Modify

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Input Point is automatically setup in default value depending on door type.


However, if the user modifies the Input status, you can activate the Point
differently.

Select an Input Point to be modified or defined

Click Modify button to perform modification of input

Controller Name: Controller Name indicates the location of input to be


modified

Area: Define the Area (location) of Input which is already pre-defined from
database setup

Floor (Location): Select the Floor (location) of input which is already defined
from database setup

Input Type

Exit Button

Door Contact

Sensor

Fire

Tamper

Electric Stoppage

Description
For Input Point Description, input the letters displayed in the event window
that corresponds to the input signal occurrence.

Decide which outputs will activate in Output 1-15, when an input signal
occurs. The input value for the Output is setup in seconds.
00 sec for input will result in no signal for the corresponding output.
Selecting from 01-99 sec will let the output activate for specified seconds.

Click Save & Close button to save and exit from the window

Click Transmit to send to iTDC device

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2.3.2 Input Advanced (Reader) Definition

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Modify Input Advanced Definition

Input Point sets which outputs of the ITDC board will occur from receiving the
input signal from the ITDC board

Decide which outputs will activate in Output 1-15, when an input signal
occurs. The input value for the Output is setup in seconds

00 sec for input will result in no signal for the corresponding output. Selecting
from 01-99 sec will let the output activate for specified seconds

Click Save button to save

Click Close button to finish

Click Transmit to send to ITDC device

All Advanced Definitions for readers and special ID settings are same way
as described. Please refer Input Advanced Definition

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2.3.3 Input Point Time Schedule Definition

Modify Input Time Schedule

Configure Time Schedule of Input Point activation. This is connected to


the Time Schedule, and the user can modify the signal occurrence of
Input Point.

Clicking the Drop-down Combo Box of corresponding Input Point will


display the contents setup in Time Schedule. Select the time schedule
to apply.

Click Save button to save.

Click Close button to finish

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Click Transmit button to send to iTDC device.

If you connect the sensor in specific input relay, it occurred event anytime,
day and night detecting the situation.
This case, surplus of event cause slowing the processing, which cause that
the useless information would be stored.
If you set the time schedule for input point connected sensor,
like 08:00~18:00 which not works during set time. Sensor works during
18:01~07:59. Except above time, the event will not occurred, even the sensor
works.
2.3.4 Input Point Signal Type Definition

Modify Input Time Schedule

Choose an Input Type on used inputs

You can configure signal handling method of ITDC, if the Input Point Type
connected input devices (Exit, Contact, Sensor, etc..) signal is NO or NC.

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Click Save button to save

Click Close button to finish

Click Transmit button to send to ITDC device.

2.4 Output Point Definition

2.4.1 Output Point Type Definition

Add
From Output Point Type Definition List Screen, Press Add button to
configure the Output Point Type
Select the Controller name of location of Relay or TTL Output
Door Type will show current setting for ITDC Setting
Output No.: Output No. indicates which output of the controller linked
Output Type

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Normal Relay: Operates when the reader reads proper information


that matches and Access is granted.

Alarm Relay: Operates when controller raises the alarms.

Area: Location of the relay from Pre-defined database


Floor: Floor Information of the relay from Pre-defined database
Output Name: User Defined Relay Name for Easy Recognition

Modify
From Output Point Type Definition List Screen, Press Modify button to
bring up the configure screen of Output Point Type Definition
It is virtually same procedures as adding Outpoint Type ad described
above
Select desired setting and click Save

Delete
From Output Point Type Definition List Screen, Press Delete button to
delete selected output point type definition

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2.4.2 Output Point Time Schedule Definition


Each Loop will have its Output Time Schedule List. Select the loop no. to be modified
and click Modify button.
It will bring up individual output point time schedule setting window.
Top 7 output Points are located on Main ITDC Board and bottom 7 output points are
located on EIO88 Board
Select individual time schedule for each output point from pre-defined Time Schedule
Database Setup

Click Save and Close to exit from the window


Click Transmit button to apply the setting on ITDC Controller

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2.5 System Menu

2.5.1 Set Time (Time Synchronization)

Select ITDC boards to be synchronized time with AC Server system


Click Transmit to apply the time to ITDC
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2.5.2 Set Initialize

Select the loop numbers to be initialized

Click the Initialize Type Field button. It will show different initialize options.

System Initialize: Setup of all stored data in ITDC to default value

Card Data Initialize: Clear all stored data in ITDC and set to default value

Memory Buffer Initialize: Clear all stored data in ITDC and set to default value

T/S, H/D Initialize: Clear Time Schedule & Holiday Schedule in ITDC and set to
default value

Master No. Initialize: Clear Master Card Number.

Click Transmit to apply the initialization.

2.5.3 Set Batch Transmit Controller

System List: Choose the controller for batch transmission.

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System Function List: Choose the setting data to be transferred.

Click Transmit button to start batch transmission.

If the transmission is failed, Check the communication and try again.

2.5.4 Set Batch Biometric Readers


Please refer 10.5.3. Set Batch Transmit Controller Section.
Contents of System Function List are different from Set Batch Transmit Controller
Menu.
2.5.5 Set Batch Card Holder
System List: Choose the controller for batch transmission.
Option: Choose the card holders for batch transmission
Transmit all Card holders in database: Send all card holders information to the
selected controller and biometrics reader.

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Transmit only searched card holders in database: Send only the card holders
information matched finding conditions to the selected controller and biometrics.
Card holder List shows the card holder data to be transmitted.
Click Transmit button to start batch transmission.
If the transmission is failed, Check the communication and try again.

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2.6 Map Definition


Map can be setup using area and floor as basis to the corresponding floor. Door and
sensors are shown as icons, and depending on user options, the time of day when an
event occurs will be shown automatically on the map.
2.6.1 Add Map

Map Definition
Map Code: Map identification number code
Area: Predefined area code for map icons
Map Information: User definition of the map
Map Image Load: Load user map image
Map Image Clear: Clear user map image from the screen display

Icon Definition
Device Type
o Door: Door as device type provides 4 status icons such as lock & open, lock &
close, unlock & open, and unlock & close. Doors & Parking Gates are available

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o Input: Input as device type provides 2 status icons such as normal & event
icons; Alarm, Fire, Glass Sensor, Temper Switch icons available

o Camera: Camera as device type provides 2 status icons such as normal &
Event.

IO Number: User defined door descriptions


Loading Icons for door & input status
Load icons by selecting the locations of icons
Doors require 4 icons and inputs require 2 icons

Click Add to load the icon and it will display the icon on top left corner of the map. User
mouse to drag the icon to move and place on the proper location.

Select the icon by click on the icon of the map and Click delete to eliminate the icon from
the map

Click Save to store the settings & Click Close to exit from the Map Definition Screen
2.6.2 Modify Map

From the map definition list window, select an existing map to be modified and Click
Modify button to show the map edit screen.

Modify the map the same way as adding a map described above 2.6.1.

Click Save to store the settings & Click Close to exit from the Map Definition Screen

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2.7 Fire Group Definition


Fire Group can be setup using Fire input, area and floor as basis to the corresponding
door.

Add Fire Group


Fire Group Info
o Fire Group Code: Fire Group Identification number.
o Fire Group Name: User defined Fire Group Name
Fire Input Info
o Controller Name: Controller connected the Fire input
o Fire Input: Select declared input point as Fire Group.
o Area: Show the area name where the selected fire input located.
o Floor: Show the floor where the selected fire input located.
Door List: Left Door List shows available to add the Fire Group. Select a door
and click >> to add. Right Door List contains the selected Door as the Fire
Group.

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Modify
From the Fire Group definition list window, select an existing Fire Group to be
modified and Click Modify button to show the Fire Group edit screen.
Modify the Fire Group the same way as adding a Fire Group described above
2.7.1
Click Save to store the settings & Click Close to exit from the Fire Group
Definition Screen

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2.8 Option
Option menu is consists three sub-options to notify when alarm occurs including Invalid ID,
Invalid Time schedule, Anti-Passback (in), Anti-Passback (out), Password Error, Access
Door Error, Fire, Force Door Open, and Over Time Door Open.

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2.8.1 Sound Option Definition

2.8.2 Mail Option Definition


AC Server provides mail notification with the image when a declared alarm occurs.

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SMTP Setting

Method
o No SMTP: Find outgoing mail Server (SMTP) automatically.
o SMTP/No Login: Use this option if you mail Server is SMTP Server
without Login process.

o SMTP/Login/No RSA: Use SMTP Server login without RSA


encryption on ID/Password

o SMTP/Login/RSA: Use SMTP Server login with RSA encryption on


ID/Password

o SMTP/Login/RSA/MD5: Use SMTP Server login with RSA


encryption and MD5 (Message Digest 5 algorithm) on ID/Password
SMTP Server: Enter SMTP Server address
User: Enter SMTP Server login User
Password: Enter SMTP Server login Password.

Add Mail Option


o Event Type

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Invalid ID: Unregistered card.

Invalid Time schedule: Access unauthorized time.

Anti-Passback (in): A card contacts in-reader twice without


contacting out-reader between the contacts at Anti-passback
area.

Anti-Passback (out): A card contacts out-reader twice without


contacting in-reader between the contacts at Anto-passback
area.

Password Error: Enter Wrong password.

Access Door Error: Access unauthorized door.

Fire: Notify when fire alarm triggered.

Force Door Open: Unauthorized door open.

Over Time Door Open: Door open longer than allowed time.

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o Mail Information

From Address: The designated email address of the system.

To Address: The email addresses of the people who will


receive email notifications from the system. Multiple email
address can be assigned, separated by; limited up to 50
characters

Subject: Title of the email.

Attach Image: Choose the email includes image at the time of


the event or not.

Comment: Body of the email.

Test the email by sending a test mail

2.8.3 AVI Save Option Definition

Add AVI Save Option


Click Add button to create a new AVI Save Option.
Select Event Type to save.
Set Pre Time and Post Time.
o Pre Time: User can save video from 20 sec before the event.
o Post Time: User can save video up to 20 sec after the event.
Click Browse to select where to create the AVI file.
Check AVI Path.

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Click Save to save the option. And Close is for exit.

Modify and Delete AVI Save Option


Modify is the same way as adding an AVI Save Option Definition.
Select an existing AVI Save Option from the list and Delete button to
erase an AVI Save Option.

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2.9 Program Setting


2.9.1 General Setting

Main Program Size & Position: Set the position of AC Server main screen and its
window size.

Event Print Setting


o Alarm Count: Set the maximum number of alarms to show at one time
o Event Count: Set the maximum number of events to show at one time.

Alarm Status: Check to print undeclared alarm when program starts.

Card Printer Path: Click Browse to set the file path where the card printer
program is.

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2.9.2 Popup Setting

Alarm Display Definition: Enable or disable to close the popup window.

Popup Auto Close: Set the period of time to display image data when an alarm
happens.

Search Position: Set the position of Search popup window.

Live Position: Set the position of Live popup window.

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3. Database
3.1 Area Definition
Area / Floor configuration is used for default data creation to distinguish access door,
reader, and sensors by installed locations. Multiple buildings can be designated by area,
and the floors correlating to the area can be distinguished.

Add is used to create new data. Select a new area code and input Area Name and
Click Save to create new area database

Modify is the same way as adding a new area definition

Select an existing area from the list and Delete button to erase an area database

3.1 Floor Definition

Select Area Name from the Predefined Area Definition from Drop-Down Menu button
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Select Floors to be added to selected


Area Definition

GF(Ground Floor) to 100th Floor & 50th


basement floor are available

Click Add button to add floor definition to


the area definition

Click Delete button to eliminate the floor

After completing to add floors to the


selected area definition, click Close to
exit from the window.

3.2 Company Definition

Add Company
Click Add button will create the company definition database.

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Select Company Code from Drop-Down Menu.


Duplicated codes are not permitted. Existing code will result error messages
Input user defined Company Name

Modify and Delete


Click Modify button after changes made from existing company definition, will save
the changes of company definition
Click Delete button after selecting an existing company definition from the list

3.3 Department Definition

Add Department

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Click Add to create department definition of the selected company


Select Company and Select Department Code which will be added to the selected
company as a department.
Type Department Name as user defined database

Modify and Delete


Click Modify button after changes made from existing department definition, will
save the changes of company definition
Click Delete button after selecting an existing department definition from the list

3.4 Title Definition

Add Title

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Click Add to create Title definition of the selected company


Select the Company from Drop-Down Menu
Select Title Code from Drop-Down Menu.
Duplicated codes are not permitted. Existing code will result error messages
Type Title Name as user defined definition

Modify and Delete


Click Modify button after changes made from existing Title definition, will save the
changes of Title definition
Click Delete button after selecting an existing Title definition from the list

4. Access Control
4.1 Holiday Definition
This function connects to Time Schedule to apply. Time Schedule can be setup from MonSun with designated time for each day.
For this function, the holiday data needs to be initially setup. Holiday Definition is to apply
holiday to Time Schedule and transmit to ITDC Controller.

Add

Add is used to create new holiday definition data. Click Add button to add holiday
definition through input screen.

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Select Holiday Code. (Holiday Code can be used from 01-10 giving 10 codes for
use)
Input Holiday Name to be saved
Select the corresponding date, and click the date on the calendar and click >>
button to add the date
If an exception is needed on a selected Holiday, select the corresponding date and
click and click << button
Click Save button to save data, and click Close button to finish
Click Transmit button to apply the setting to ITDC Controller
Click Modify button after changes made from existing holiday definition, will save
the changes of holiday definition
Click Delete button after selecting an existing holiday definition from the list.

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4.2 Time Schedule Definition


4.2.1. Time Zone Definition
This function sets the access time as 24 hours or divided into 5 time sections within 24
hours. These data is setup in Time Schedule as per day.

o Add
Add is used to create new Time Zone definition data. Click Add button to add
Time Zone definition through input screen.

Select Time Zone Code and Input Time Zone Name as appropriate.

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Setup the time From / To for Time 1, Time periods.

For example, the screen above shows (Access granted 08:30-12:00, 12:0113:00 no access, 13:01-18:00 access granted)

The section of time schedule is set up within 24 hours of a day.

Namely, if you intend to set up for 24 hours without division of 24 hours of a


day, you have to input 0000-2400 in 1st section. The rest section is set up as
0000-0000 automatically.

If you want to divide and use 24 hours of a day, it is possible to divide as


maximum 5 sections. To divide hours is mainly used to control of access time
and/or to work together with time schedule of input/output.

Namely if you admit to access door at AM and dont admit at PM, it is applied
in this case. The division of time is needed, in case of application of Lock or
Unlock of access door.

Click Save button to save and Close button to finish.

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o Modify: Click Modify button after changes made from existing Time Zone definition,
will save the changes of Time Zone definition
o Delete: Click Delete button after selecting an existing Time Zone definition from the
list.
4.2.2. Time Schedule Definition
This function uses Time Zone data to setup time schedule for each day. It is applied to
the user to control access time, and is connected to the In/Output Point time schedule.
Time Schedule can create up to 15 codes, and time schedule within the codes are sent
to the ITDC Controller for activation. Setup the time schedule as needed.

o Add
Add is used to create new Time Schedule definition. Click Add button to add Time
Schedule definition through input screen.

Select Time Schedule Code. It will display only the registered codes. Use
one of the 15 codes.

Input Time Schedule Name

Select Time Schedule Code to apply to each day

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Select Holiday Code to apply holiday, and if not used select Not Use. If
Holiday Code was selected, Time Schedule Code for holiday needs to be
selected.

Selecting the Time Schedule Code will display at the bottom screen location,
current selected time range in hour format.

Click Save button to save and Click Close to exit

o Modify: Click Modify button after changes made from existing Time Schedule
definition, will save the changes of Time Schedule definition
o Delete: Click Delete button after selecting an existing Time Schedule definition
from the list.
o Click Transmit button to apply the setting to ITDC Controller
4.3 Access Group Definition
When multiple units of ITDC are operated, by using each access door connected to the
system, you can create Access Group to register user in a group type to control access area
as a whole or control as is.

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Add

Add is used to create new Access Group definition data. Click Add button to create an
Access Group definition.
o Access Group Code: Select Access Group Code and Input Access Group Name as
appropriate
o Select the Time Schedule to apply
o Select the Access Door from Available Access Door List and Click >> button to
register and apply corresponding Time Schedule
o Time Schedule and Access Door work as a team to setup Access Group. This
means the access door and setup Time Schedule correspond to using the setup
access door.
o Repeat the processes to register additional Access Group Definition
o To eliminate Access Door by selecting the door and click << button.
o Click Save to store the setting and Click Close to exit

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4.4 Card Holder Management

Find

Find is used to get relevant information pertaining to the inquiry when information is
available. It is used to edit and delete the existing data information
4.4.1. Add Card Holder
Add is used to create new ID card holder data. Click Add button to create new card
holder user data through input window.

Detail Information

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Input Person ID, Name, and Card Number. These contents are required on
registering ID cards.
Card number is different from Person ID number.
Depends on the card type, the digits of card number can be from 8 to 10.
Person ID number must not be duplicated. This field is used as a key to identify
the card holder.
Input 4 digits password on password field if using ID Card+PW to authenticate. If
password was not inputted, the default value is 0000.
Input card holders data in Detail Information Section
Input Registration and Expiration date. Putting a check mark on Auto Delete on
Expired Date will delete the corresponding ID number.
This software has the function of auto-deletion of ID number at the expiration
date by transferring deletion order through communication after check expiration
date in S/W. Namely it is processed only in case that program is being operated
normally.
But even though that program was ended, when it is operated again, registered
persons who expiry date is set at former date than the date of PC and autodeletion is checked are deleted automatically.
In case that communication error is occurred, it may not be processed
automatically, for that this function is done through the communication of
program.

Access Group

This is used to limit the access area on the user by selecting placed Access Group or
selecting Individual Access Door to limit the access area.

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In case that you limit the access through defined access group, choose defined access
group and choose access group at the lower part. Then access door list is included in
access group is indicated at the bottom.
The setting of Individual access doors can be used at the access group setting mode in
case that proper access group does not exist, or in case that you want to make and set
the access group directly. Select setting of individual access doors and select the time
schedule in the same method with access group setting, after that, Add the door is
admitted working together with this time schedule.

Biometric Template Management

It is used to register the fingerprint of ID card holder to biometrics readers.


Select the options of using biometrics or not using biometrics templates for fingerprint
verifications.
AC Server system has to have proper installation of a hamster device for registration of
fingerprints and its driver which included in the provided CD. Please refer AC Server
installation guide

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Click Capture Fingerprint and put your finger on the scanning surface of hamster
device firmly and steadily. Hamster will blink red light.
System will capture the fingerprint twice and check for the quality whether it is useable
or not.
Fingerprint Template Quality Level Section provides fingerprint registration quality
status

Card Option
Normal Card: Normal ID card registration method.
Management Card: Register ID card as management card in case of using Two
(2) Men Operation. Both management card and visitor card have to gain the
access on Two (2) men operation specified doors.
Visitor+Management Card: Visitor ID card registration only for Two (2) Men
operation. Both management card and visitor card have to present to gain
access on Two (2) men operation specified doors.
Arm / Disarm Card: ID card registered as Arm / Disarm card. Arm mode is
activated, reader wont read any cards except Disarm card and operates relays
(outputs) as Arm Mode. Disarm card will activate normal operation.

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Lift Access Group

This is used to limit the access of elevator floor on the user by selecting placed Lift
Access Group or selecting Individual Lift Access to limit the floor access.
In case that you limit the floor access through defined lift access group, choose defined
access group and choose lift access group at the lower part. Then access floor list is
included in lift access group is indicated at the bottom.
The setting of Individual lift access can be used at the lift access group setting mode in
case that proper lift access group does not exist, or in case that you want to make and
set the lift access group directly. Select setting of individual lift access and select the
time schedule in the same method with lift access group setting, after that, Add floor is
admitted working together with this time schedule.
Modify button on the card holder management window after selecting a ID card user,
will remove the selected ID card holder from the list and move to Modify Cards
Management section.
Delete button on the list will result the ID card holder from the registered ID card
holder management database. User can recover the deleted ID card holder information
from Deleted ID Card Management window by clicking Recover button.
Click Save button to store information & changes and Click Close to exit

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4.5 Modify Cards Management


Select a Card Holder to be edited from the list.
Click Modify button brings the same window as Card Holder Management and edit ID
card holder information the same way as Card Holder Management Method.
Edit the ID card holder information same as Section 12.3.2 Add Card Holder
Click Save to store changes and Click Close to exit from the Card Holder Management
window.
Select the ID card holder from the list and Click Transmit button to apply the changes to
ITDC Controllers and successful transmit will delete the ID card from the modify card (ID)
management list. The ID card information will be shown at Card Holder Management List
after successful transmit.rms
In case of transmitting failure, ID card holder will remain in the Modify ID Card
Management window until it transmits successfully. Please check the connection between
AC Server and ITDCs.

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4.6 Deleted Cards Management

To recover deleted ID card, Select the ID card from the list and Click Recover button. It will
move the ID card holder information to Card Holder Management window and activate the
normal function as normal ID card.
To delete the card permanently, Select ID card from the list and Click Delete button and it
will erase the information data permanently.
4.7 Visitor Management
Visitor management is processed by identifying users as non regular card holder. Visitors
data contains company, name, phone number, visiting purpose, visiting company, visiting
dept., visiting person. Access area, lift access floor, and time can be controlled by access
group.

Detail Information

Input visitor information in detail information section. Company, Name, Card No. are
mandatory information.
Telephone No.: Visitors telephone No. available to contact.
Visiting Company: Pre-defined company information
Visiting Department: Pre-defined departments information

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Visiting Person: Persons who the visitor wants to meet.


Visiting Purpose: The reason why the visitor comes.

Comment: Memo for the visitor.


Registration Date: The starting date and time the visitor can access.
Expiration Date: The date and time the visitor card will be expired.

Access Group
Select from the Access Group Drop-Down Menu.

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Access Group for Lift

Choose from Pre-defined Lift Access Groups and Time Schedules by clicking DropDown Menu and select.

Two (2) Men Option

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Visitor Card Only: normal visitor card option. This option is the default value of
normal Visitor card registration.
Visitor + Management Card: Two (2) Men operation option. Two Men Operation
requires this option as visitor card registration.

Modify button allows editing the registered visitor card information.

Delete button will erase the registered visitor card

Transmit button will send the data to ITDC Controller and activate the registered card.

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View (Status & Map Viewer)


5.1 Door Status

Window will show all the doors and status of doors.


Using Lock (All) and Unlock (All) buttons to control all doors.
Individual door can be controlled by right-click on selected door and lock, unlock, unlock
3 seconds, 5 seconds, and 10 seconds menus are available.
Locate the specific doors of group of doors by using Find function.
Show fresh the door status using Update Door State button.
Click Close button to exit from Door Status window

5.2 Alarm Status


Alarm (devices) Status is able to see the status of alarm device which has been set up in
the output contact point in real time. Also, alarm can be controlled through program.

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Window will show all the Alarm devices and status of devices. Alarm devices have to be
registered as alarm devices at outputs (Relays) point type definition under Setup
menu.
Using inactive (All) and active (All) buttons to control all devices.
Individual device can be controlled by right-click on selected device and operation
option of Inactive, Active, Active for 10 seconds, 30 seconds, and 60 seconds menus
are available.
Locate the specific alarm devices or group of devices by using Find function.
Show fresh the alarm device status using Update Alarm Device State button.
Click Close button to exit from Alarm Status window

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5.3 Output Status


Output (devices) Status is able to see the status of output devices which have been set up
in the output contact points in real time. Also, those devices can be controlled through the
AC Server program.

Window will show all the output devices including door locks and show the
status of devices. Output devices have to be registered as normal devices at
outputs (Relays) point type definition under Setup menu.

Using inactive (All) and active (All) buttons to control all output devices.

Individual device can be controlled by right-click on selected device and


operation option of Inactive, Active, Active for 10 seconds, 30 seconds, and 60
seconds menus are available.

Locate the specific output devices or group of devices by using Find function.

Fresh the alarm device status using Update Output Device State button.

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Click Close button to exit from Output Status window.

5.4 Fire Group View


Fire Group View is able to see the status of doors which have been set up in the input
contact point in real time. Also, those devices can be controlled through the AC Server
program.

Window will show all doors of the selected fire group including door status and show
the status of door locks. The doors have to be registered as fire group devices at input
point type definition under Setup menu.
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Using lock (All) and unlock (All) buttons to control all doors in the group.

Individual door can be controlled by right-click on selected device and operation option
of Lock, Unlock, Unlock for 3 seconds, 5 seconds, and 10 seconds menus are
available.

Locate the specific doors of the group by using Find function.

Click Close button to exit from Fire Group View window.

5.5 Input Device Status


Input Device Status is able to see the status of input contact points which have been setup
in the Input Normal Definition of Input Point Definition under Setup menu in real time.

Window will show all the input contact point including door contact and exit button and
show the status of all predefined input points. Input points have to be registered as
normal input point at input normal point definition under Setup menu.

Locate the specific input points of by using Find function.

Fresh the input point status using Update Input Device State button.

Click Close button to exit from Input Device Status window.

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5.6 Communication Status


Communication Status is able to see the status of connection of AC Server and iTDC
controllers which have been setup in AC Server Setting in real time. Also, those
connections are able to be controlled by AC Server.

Window show all connection with iTDC controllers enrolled AC Server Setting program
and status of the connections. Those controllers have to be registered as loop definition
at AC Server Setting program.

Click Connect button to make a connection with a controller.

Click Polling Stop to disconnect data polling. In this case, the data created after
disconnection will be stacked at the controllers memory.

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Click Polling Start to pull data from the controller.

Click Close button to exit from Input Device Status window.

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5.7 Map Viewer

Map Code: Select pre-defined map code to be displayed.

Pre-defined Area & Map Information will be shown

Doors, cameras, and inputs will be shown on Map Icon section.

Click Display button to activate the selected map

Individual door control can be performed by right-click on the icons and menu will
provide Lock, Unlock, Unlock 3,5,10 seconds options.

Click Close button to exit from the map window.

5.8 Search
AC Search is different from report features. AC Search provides list of transactions with
video files. Video file wont be available video system already has been overwritten the
selected transaction video.
From AC Search window, Alarm transaction, Event transaction, and Visitor transaction
search can be selected. Comment also can be searched by AC Server search.

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Alarm transaction search only provides alarm status transactions and Event search
transaction search provides access granted status transactions.
Alarm / Event Search provide same window of conditions when user click either buttons.

Select the date and time ranges by inputting Start Date / Time and End Date / Time
Name: Card Holders Name as search condition.
Card No.: Card ID number as search condition.
Company: Registered company as search condition
Department: Registered department of a company as search condition
Access Door: Selected doors as search condition

Visitor Search
Visitor Search provides 3 options such as Event & Alarm status transaction, Event status
transaction only, and alarm status transaction only.
Search condition setting is the same way as Alarm / Event search
Comment Search is only available when there are comments from the database. Comment
can be written when right-click is clicked on the AC Server Main program.

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6 Report
6.1 Card Holder Report
Report features are depended on installed printer on AC Server. Printer driver has to be
installed to use. It does not have to be physical printer. User can create printers virtually by
installing appropriate printer drivers.
The registered user status in Card Holder Management will be shown on the report as a
list. Detail Report will show the users full information including images.
Person ID, Name, Card No. are available as search conditions
The list can be sorted by Person ID, Name, Card No., Department, Title, Register Date,
and Expire Date.

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Click Print button. If data is found, it will display how it will look when printed.
To obtain print out of this screen, click the Print button located in the top left hand side.
All reports can be converted to variety of files. It can be converted to PDF, HTML, and
Excel file.

Export to Excel: Excel report file is created as appearing in print image.

Export to HTML: HTML report file is created as appearing in print image.

Export to PDF: PDF report file is created as appearing in print image. You will need
Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the PDF file. To export to PDF may take a while.

Click Close button to exit from the report.

6.2 Deleted Card Holder Report


Report features are depended on installed printer on AC Server. Printer driver has to be
installed to use. It does not have to be physical printer. User can create printers virtually by
installing appropriate printer drivers.

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The Deleted Card Holder status in Deleted Card Holder Management will be shown on the
report as a list.
Person ID, Name, Card No. and Company are available as search conditions
The list can be sorted by Person ID, Name, Card No., Department, Title, Register Date,
and Expire Date.

Click Print button. If data is found, it will display how it will look when printed.

To obtain print out of this screen, click the Print button located in the top left hand
side.

All reports can be converted to variety of files. It can be converted to PDF, HTML,
and Excel file.

Export to Excel: Excel report file is created as appearing in print image.

Export to HTML: HTML report file is created as appearing in print image.

Export to PDF: PDF report file is created as appearing in print image. You will need
Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the PDF file. To export to PDF may take a while.

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Click Close button to exit from the report.

6.3 Event History Report


Report features are depended on installed printer on AC Server. Printer driver has to be
installed to use. It does not have to be physical printer. User can create printers virtually by
installing appropriate printer drivers.

Start Date and End Data have to be set to display the history transactions.

The Event History Report will show the selected dates transaction on the report as a
list. Report includes Date, Time, Area, Floor, Door Name, Reader Name, Card
Holder Name, Company, Department, Card Number, and Status.

Event (Granted) Transaction History Report does not include alarm transactions.
Alarm Transaction Histories can be seen at Alarm History Report

Card Holder Name, Card No., Company, Department, and Doors are available as
search (find) conditions.

The list can be sorted by Date & Time.

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Click Print button. If data is found, it will display how it will look when printed.

To obtain print out of this screen, click the Print button located in the top left hand side.

All reports can be converted to variety of files. It can be converted to PDF, HTML, and
Excel file.
Export to Excel: Excel report file is created as appearing in print image.
Export to HTML: HTML report file is created as appearing in print image.
Export to PDF: PDF report file is created as appearing in print image. You will need
Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the PDF file. To export to PDF may take a while.

Click Close button to exit from the report.

6.4 Alarm History Report


Report features are depended on installed printer on AC Server. Printer driver has to be
installed to use. It does not have to be physical printer. User can create printers virtually by
installing appropriate printer drivers.

Start Date and End Data have to be set to display the history transactions.

The Alarm History Report will show the selected dates transaction on the report as a
list. Report includes Date, Time, Area, Floor, Door Name, Reader Name, Card Holder
Name, Company, Department, Card Number, and Status.

Alarm Transaction History Report does not include Event (Granted) transactions. Event
(Granted) Transaction Histories can be seen at Event History Report

Card Holder Name, Card No., Company, Department, and Doors are available as
search (find) conditions.

The list can be sorted by Date & Time.

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Click Print button. If data is found, it will display how it will look when printed.

To obtain print out of this screen, click the Print button located in the top left hand side.

All reports can be converted to variety of files. It can be converted to PDF, HTML, and
Excel file.
Export to Excel: Excel report file is created as appearing in print image.
Export to HTML: HTML report file is created as appearing in print image.
Export to PDF: PDF report file is created as appearing in print image. You will need
Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the PDF file. To export to PDF may take a while.

Click Close button to exit from the report.

6.5 Visitor Event History Report


Report features are depended on installed printer on AC Server. Printer driver has to be
installed to use. It does not have to be physical printer. User can create printers virtually by
installing appropriate printer drivers

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This function searches and prints registered visitors access event status data. This data is
stored in database and the user search and print this data using date and time as basis.

Start Date and End Data have to be set to display the history transactions.

The Visitor Event History Report will show the selected dates transaction on the report
as a list. Report includes Date, Time, Area, Floor, Door Name, Reader Name, Card
Holder Name, Company, Department, Card Number, and Status.

Report provides the options for Event Status only, Alarm Status only, and Both status
combined.

Card Holder Name, Card No., and Doors are available as search (find) conditions.

The list can be sorted by Date & Time.

Click Print button. If data is found, it will display how it will look when printed.

To obtain print out of this screen, click the Print button located in the top left hand side.

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All reports can be converted to variety of files. It can be converted to PDF, HTML, and
Excel file.
Export to Excel: Excel report file is created as appearing in print image.
Export to HTML: HTML report file is created as appearing in print image.
Export to PDF: PDF report file is created as appearing in print image. You will need
Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the PDF file. To export to PDF may take a while.

Click Close button to exit from the report.

7 Time / Attendance
Organizations located in the buildings whose access is controlled by AC Server are able to
receive attendance data of their employees from the server because Time / Attendance data is
able to be driven from access data. The organizations also are able to apply their own working
schedule and business hours when they making attendance report.
7.1 Time / Attendance Time Definition
Time Attendance Time Definition is able for an organization to set daily work hours.

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Add Time / Attendance Time


Work Time Definition
o Work Time Code: Select Work Time Code.
Duplicated codes are not permitted. Existing code will result error
message.
o Work Time Name: Type Work Time Name.
o Next Day Time: Set Time when a working day starts.

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Batch Work Time


o Day In Time: Starting time for work.
o Day Out Time: Finishing time for work.
o Lunch In Time: Starting time for lunch.

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o Lunch Out Time: Ending time for lunch.


o Over Time: Starting time for overtime work.
o Initialize: Click Initialize Button to reset all time data at the screen.
o Batch: Click Batch to set the time as same as the time in the area of Batch
Work Time.
o Holiday: Check Holiday if the date is holiday.

Click Save to save the data and Close to exit the window.

7.2 Time Attendance Holiday Definition

Add Work Holiday

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Work Holiday Code: Select Work Holiday Code.


Duplicated codes are not permitted. Existing code will result error message.
Work Holiday Name: Type Work Holiday Name. This name is for a holiday group.
Work Holiday Date Name: Type Work Holiday Date Name. This name is for one
day. If there is 3- day vacation, user have to assign the name for thee dates.
Select Work Holiday Date: Choose a date from the calendar and click >> button.
Selected Work Holiday Date: Selected Work Holiday Date shows all holiday under
the Work Holiday Name. if user wants to eliminate a holiday date, select the date at
Selected Work Holiday Date and click << button.
Click Save to save a new Work Holiday. And Click Close to exit the window.
7.3 Daily T&A Data Management

Create Daily Attendance Data

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Create Daily Work Data: Set the period of time to make daily attendance data.
Create Data: Click Create Date button to make data for the given time.

Control Daily Attendance Data

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In Time Camera: Display the video when the person entered.


Out Time Camera: Display the video when the person left.
Modify: Change the daily attendance data of the selected person.

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o Work Date: Work Date is the date


o Person ID: Person ID is identification for a person.
o Name: Selected persons name.
o 1 Day: Indicate the predefined starting and finishing time applied to selected
person.
o Day In Time: Starting work time applied to the persons work time.
o Day Out Time: Finishing work time applied to the persons work time.
o Lunch In Time: Starting lunch time applied to the persons work time.
o Lunch Out Time: Ending lunch time applied to the persons work time.
o Over Time: Starting overtime work time applied to the persons work time.

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o In Date Time: The time when the person entered.


o Out Date Time: The time when the person left.
o Time Calculate: Click Time Calculate to get work type for the person.
o Total Time: Total working time for the day.
o Late Time: How many minutes the person is late for work.
o Early Time: How many minutes the person showed up earlier then work starting
time.
o Over Time: How many minutes the person worked more than regular working
schedule.
o Work Type: Select Work Type if the persons work type needs to be edited.
o Not Update: Check Not Update not to update attendance data which occurred
after the option is checked.
o Memo: User can leave the reason why the user changes the data.

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7.4 Monthly T&A Data Management

AC Server provides monthly T&A data using daily T&A data. Click Create Data to make
monthly T&A data. If user wants to see the created data, click Find button.

7.5 Annual T&A Data Management


See the Monthly T&A data management.

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7.6 Time / Attendance Report


AC Server provides Time/Attendance reports.

7.6.1 Individual /Daily Time / Attendance Report

Individual Time / Attendance Report

Individual Time / Attendance Report shows the stored attendance data sorted by
person ID.

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Daily Attendance Report

Daily Attendance Report shows the attendance data sorted by

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Monthly / Annual Time / Attendance Report


See Individual / Daily Time / Attendance Report 7.6.1.

7.6.2 Time / Attendance Option

Time / Attendance Type Definition

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Add Work Type Definition


o Work Type Code: Select Work Type Code.
Duplicated codes are not permitted. Existing code will result error
message.
o Work Type Name: Type Work Type Name.
Modify: Click to modify selected Work Type data. AC Server has six
predefined Work Types. Trying to edit these codes will result error
message.

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Delete: Click to deleted selected Work Type data. Trying to delete


predefined codes will result error message.

Time / Attendance Option

Select a date to set as the last day of every month.


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Check Exclude lunch time from total work time to eliminate lunch break
from total daily working hours.

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8 Lift Control
8.1 Add Lift Controller at AC Server Setting program
Lift Controller Loop Definition is located on AC Server Setting. Refer Chapter 4 Loop
Definition section.

Add Loop Definition by clicking Add button

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Loop Information
o Loop No.
o IP Address:
o Port:
o Use the loop:

Control Information
o Controller Type must be ITDC_EL if it is for Lift / Elevator Control.
o Type Control Name
o Click Save button to store and Close button to exit.

8.2 Lift Definition

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Add (Elevator)

Lift Code: Elevator (Lift) ID number

Lift Name: User defined elevator name


definition.

Select Floor: Floor selection menu to add


floors to specified elevator.

Name of Floor: User defined elevator floor


name definition.

Click Add button to insert the selected floor.

Click Delete button to eliminate the selected


floor.

Modify (Elevator)
User can modify the lift definition by adding or
removing floors using add & Delete
buttons.

In

case of editing the floor name, user need to


delete and add floor with proposed floor name.

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Delete (Lift / Elevator)

Lift (Elevator) definition can be deleted by pressing Delete button from Lift
Definition List window.
8.3 Lift Controller Definition

Add (Lift / Elevator Controller): Creates a new elevator controller data.

Select Lift No. and Input Lift Name


Reader Info.

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A lift / elevator controller can connect maximum 4 readers. Input reader


information for those connected to the lift / elevator controller.
o Reader Type: Select Reader Type linked to the elevator controller.
o Reader Name: Type Reader Name.
Option

o Keypad Enable / Disable: Set Keypad Enable option to use a reader


with keypad.
o Card Type: Select card type.
o Byte Type: Select byte type according to card type.

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This option is used only when the Card Type is 34Bit (Mifare Type).
Select 1 Byte or 4 Byte to calculate the Card number. The default
value is 4 Byte.
o Keybox (Floor Button) Time Schedule: Select time schedule to control
access to the elevator. The default value is Not Use. In this case,
you must read Card to use Lift at reader and then you can use the
accessible floor. But to use Lift without reading Card, select time
schedule to apply lift controller.
For example, if selected Time schedule is set from 09:00 to 18:00,
users can use the lift without reading card for this period. And users
must read card to use lift during the rest of the period.
o Reader mode: Select reader mode to apply the reader.

RF Only: Use only RF reader.

RF + PW: Use reader with keypad (Our product RFK101).

o Reader Mode Time Schedule: Select Reader Mode Time Schedule


when the reader mode was set as RF + PW. For RF+PW mode,
you can configure to use depending on time to use RF Only or RF +
PW Mode in specified time to change automatically.
For example, if selected Time schedule is set from 09:00 to 18:00,
Reader Mode is RF Only for this period. But during the rest of the
period, Reader mode is changed to RF+PIN Mode automatically.
o Select Lift controller with the options.

Add elevator controller.


Select one lift controller on Available Lift Controller
List to register.
Click >> button to add.

Delete elevator controller.

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Select one lift controller on Defined Lift Controller List


to eliminate.
Click << button to delete.
Click Save button to store and Click Close button to exit.

Transmit: After finishing edit of lift / elevator controller definition, user needs to
transmit the changed data to its controller.

Modify & Delete


Modify button will bring the window and able to edit the lift / elevator
controller definition same way as adding the lift / elevator controller definition.
Delete button will remove the selected lift / elevator controller definition.

8.4 Lift Controller Output Definition

Select the Lift / Elevator Controller to be defined the output of the controller.
User can utilize the Find Condition to locate the lift / elevator controller.

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Only Modify button is available to edit the outputs of the selected controller.

Modify Lift Controller Output Definition

Select Lift Code: Select one lift controller to modify, and then click Modify.

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Check Lift Code, Loop No., and Controller Address of the selected Lift.
Select Floors.
Select the operating time (OP) for the output. The value for the output is setup in seconds.
00 sec for output will result in no signal. Selecting 01~98 sec will let the output active for
specified seconds. 99 sec means the output active all time.
In general, select the time from 5~10 sec. When the
time is setup from 5~10 sec, the button inside
Elevator must be pressed for 5~10 sec.
Click Save button to store data.
Click Transmit to send to Controller.
Click Close button to finish.

When setup is performed for all device, program, and related data, it is not
active until transmitted to controller. It is possible the transmit function may not
work properly.
Make certain communications is established before using the transmit function.
If the communication isnt correct, the transmit function doesnt work correctly. In
this case, check the communication status.
8.5 Lift Access Group Definition
You can create the Lift group to register user in a group type to use accessible floor.
When register the person, you can allow various Lift group like the group using a whole
floor, or the group using specified floor.

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Add Lift Access Group

Lift Group Code: Select Lift Group Code.


o Duplicated codes are not permitted. Existing code will result error
message.
Lift Group Name: Type Lift Group Name as user defined name data.

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Select a floor from Available Lift Floor List window and click >> button to
add into Lift / Elevator Access Group and list of floor will be shown at
Selected Lift Floor List
Keep adding floors using >> button to selected lift / elevator access group
definition is satisfied.
Click Save to store the data
Click Close to finish adding Lift / Elevator access group definition.

Modify & Delete


Modify button will bring the window and able to edit the lift / elevator access
group definition same way as adding the lift / elevator access group
definition.
Delete button will remove the selected lift / elevator access group definition.
Click Close button to finish.

8.6 Report

8.6.1 Accessible Floor Report by Individual


This report uses Accessible Floor as basis to search and print out corresponding
Available Lift floor applied to give user authority.

Find Condition

Select Report Type

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Defined Access Group Only: Including only designated lift access


group.

Individual Access Group Only: Including individual floor.

User can print out the Accessible Floor report without selecting
other items as appropriate.

Select sort other and sort by.

Click Print button. If data is found, it will display how it will look when
printed. The following screen will appear.

File Conversion

Export to Excel: Excel report file is created as appearing in print


image.

Export to HTML: HTML report file is created as appearing in print


image.

Export to PDF: PDF report file is created as appearing in print


image.

Print: It will print out Accessible Lift Floor by individually based on the Lift Access
Group registered on person information.

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8.6.2 Lift Event History Report


This function prints the report of stored lift access status data in agreement with search
data.

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User can print out the Lift Event History Report without selecting other items as
appropriate.

Select sort other and sort by.

Click Print button.


If data is found, it will display how it will look when printed. The following
screen will appear.

To obtain print out of this screen, click the Print button located in the top left hand
side.

Export and Conversion


These functions are used identically to methods explained formerly. See
chapter 8.6.1.

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Chapter

AC Server Main Program (Button Menu Bar)

1. Time Zone: See Time Zone Definition under Access Control, Chapter 4.2.1.
2. Time Schedule: See Time Schedule Definition under Access Control, chapter 4.2.2.
3. Group: See Access Group Definition under Access Control, chapter 4.3.
4. Card Holder: See Card Holder Management under Access Control, chapter 4.4.
5. Modify Card: See Modify Card (ID) Management under Access Control, chapter 4.5.
6. Delete Card: See Deleted Card (ID) Management under Access Control, chapter 4.6.
7. Visitor: See Visitor Management under Access Control, chapter 4.7.
8. Search: See Search under View, chapter 5.8.
9. Map: See Map Viewer under View, chapter 5.7.
10. Door Status: See Door Status under View, chapter 5.1.
11. DVR
AC Server is able to watch real time video from DVRs which are predefined AC Server
Setting program.

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12.1Display video from DVR

12.2

Click DVR button on Button menu.

Select DVR Name to show video.

Live Popup Window

Select channel No. to display on live popup window.

Camera Control
Click a video channel on the Live Popup window.
The No. of selected camera will show next to camera control button.
Click Camera Control button.

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12.3Camera Control

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Camera: The selected Camera No.

Direction Button: Click to show display.

Zoom: Magnify or reduce image size.

Focus: Set a focus the lens of the camera.

Preset: Select a number for predefined preset for the


PTZ camera.

Tour: Click Tour button.

Cf. Preset and Tour functions depend on PTZ


camera functions installed at the site.

Close: Click Close button to exit.

13. Alarm Status Window

Popup menu on the selected alarm.


Select an alarm data.
Click mouse right button.

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Ack: Check the only selected alarm.

Ack All: Check the all alarm.

Comment: Ack the selected alarm with comment.

Date: Date of the alarm


Time: Time of the alarm
Card ID: Card ID which triggered the alarm
State: the reason why the alarm triggered
Comment: Memo for the alarm

Clear: Clear the Alarm Status Window.

Popup Menu without alarm data.


Clear: Clear the all alarm data at the alarm status window.

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Search Popup Window


Search Popup window will show when an alarm happens. This window provides
video when the alarm occurs and card information with registered persons picture
to compare the video.

14. Event Status Window

Select an Event to display video and double click the event.

See Alarm Status Window, chapter 13 to clear Event Status window.

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