Event notification is based on two address – the first ID is the ACS server, the second ID is the address of U-Prox IC A
Multilevel decision rule:
Check the general access rules.
Check is group in anti passback area?,
Request to U-Prox IC A and receive access confirmation or denial
Merging Access Control Zones
In case of loss of communication with the access control panels, forced entry, free pass, etc. U-Prox IC A merges access areas together , considering that personnel may be in either area.
After restoring the normal state of access or resuming communication with the control panels, all areas are unmerged
U-Prox IP400, U-Prox IP100, U-Prox IP300, NDC F18 IP panels can be configured with two variants of behavior in case of communication loss :
No one has permission to pass;
Pass all, according to the rules of the local antipassback
In access control systems each user has a unique RF ID. Identifiers can take the form of a plastic card, key FOB etc.
The information on the identifiers is read with READERS, connected to the ACS control panel. There are several types of RF IDs and readers for them. It is essential that reader and control panel use the same interface. NDC F18 IP use Wiegand
PIN (Personal Identification Number)
Some readers have built-in keypad. Keypads may be used for PIN entering. It can be both self-dependent or used as an additional code to user RF ID. When PIN is programmed as additional code, reader waits for PIN entering after RF ID is readout.
Access point (AP)
Access point is a logical concept of the access control system implying control of passing through a door in one direction. It consists of reader, access control panel (or its part), door supervision devices (like door contact, RTE button etc.) and door locking device. For instance, the turnstile with two-way passes has two Access points – one for entrance and the other one for exit, door of this type is called double-sided door. A door with a reader on one side has only one Access point – Entry point, and it is called single-sided door.
Antipassback function is implemented in access control panels to prevent the situation when user gives his RF ID to another person after passing into the premises. If this function is on, control panel tracks an RF ID position – inside or outside the premises. On any attempt to pass in the same direction twice the panel denies access and stores “Access Denied, Antipassback” event into the Log. Antipassback function can be set On only in case of the double-sided door control.
Tracking of identifier movement through controlled access points. The object is divisible by access areas. Passage into areas of access is possible through multiple access points. Access control panels denied access when trying to re-pass, unauthorized use of the identifier in these areas. When access is denied door control panels and the main antipassback panel generate message GLOBAL ANTIPASSBACK: Access Denied.
Control panel is to be downloaded after all parameters are set – modes of inputs, outputs, access rights and others. During downloading parameters are rewritten into access control panel.
Fully functional access control panel with IP network capability in a metal housing with 1.5A power supply. It can be used a 2 Door Access Control Panel, it can control two single-sided doors or one double-sided door and operates on any computer network – local or Internet Automatic operation after loading the access rules
Works on any computer network. Ethernet 100Mbit, DHCP, DNS
Works in complex, dynamically changing computer networks (including the Internet), through multiple NATs. Does not require additional settings of network equipment;
Enhanced security when working over IP: crypto and protocol imitation resistance;
Two Wiegand RF ID reader ports
31,768 identifiers for employees; 1,000 identifiers for visitors
250 Time zones, 250 weekly schedules, 250 holidays
8 EOL supervised inputs
2 relays (C NO NC) 24V 5А and 2 relays (C NO) 24V 1А
U-Prox SL Steel Reader The adjustable versatile SmartLine (SL) reader for mobile credentials and proximity identifiers in conjunction with the U-Prox Mobile ID application and U-Prox IDs will allow any access control system to use smartphones as access system credentials.
The adjustable versatile U-Prox SL Keypad SmartLine reader for mobile credentials and proximity identifiers in conjunction with the U-Prox Mobile ID application and U-Prox IDs allow any access control system to use smartphones as access system credentials.
U-Prox NDC F18 IP panel – a device designed to control access to residential and business premises, including time of passage of and events. Panel operates with two readers, which are connected to the U-Prox NDC F18 IP access control panel via Wiegand interface.
U-Prox NDC F18 IP processes the information received from the reader (readers), and controls actuator (e.g. a lock) with the built-in four relays. Panel has eight End-of-line supervised inputs.
The panel can work offline or as part of the network. To add it to Access Control network, Ethernet (wired computer network) or Wi-Fi (wireless computer network) are used.
The network settings of the U-Prox NDC F18 IP control panel are programmed via a standard USB port (mini USB B).