U-Prox NDC F18 IP New Advanced Access Control Panel
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).
One USB port for network settings configuring (for connection to ACS server)
Ethernet (4 wire)
Wi-Fi device. Support WEP/WPA/WPA2.
Adjusted with U-Prox IP software
Events – 35000
Time zones – 250
Weekly schedules – 250
Holidays – 250
Temporary IDs – 1000
Overall dimensions of device enclosure – 210x168x43 mm
Access control panel weight – 0.7 kg
Temperature range: 0 -55 0C at 80.% relative humidity.
Maximum relative humidity 80% without condensation
Brief description of U-Prox NDC F18 IP
U-Prox NDC F18 IP has advanced hardware capabilities and intellectual functions to control two access points (AP) with a single reader and Request to Passage button (RTE) (two single-sided AP), or one access point with two readers (double-sided AP). Having a large amount of non-volatile memory U-Prox NDC F18 IP is an access control system that provides for access control in variable establishments in small offices as well as on large enterprises with number of employees up to 31768 and up to 1,000 visitors.
Thoroughly elaborated technical and design solutions, the ability to connect two readers, communication over a computer Ethernet network or wireless Wi-Fi, nonvolatile memory and the clock, protecting the communication ports and reader ports from short circuit, over-voltage and reverse polarity – all allows to use the panel to build a variety of Access Control Systems (ACS) – from the system for a small office to the entrance of a large enterprise.
Panel U-Prox NDC F18 IP is designed for operation in access control systems (ACS) of diverse scale in small offices as well as on large enterprises. Panels are connected in ACS via computer network Ethernet or wireless Wi-Fi. The panel provides access to one room with the ability to control entry and exit as well as an alarm system of rooms connected with this access point. In the case of simultaneous control of entry and exit from the rooms function ” Antipassback” is provided (prohibition of re-runs).
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. U-Prox NDC F18 IP use Wiegand interface.
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.
Direction of passage
Passageway – is a logical unit of ACS, controlling passage through the access point in one direction. It includes reader, access control panel (or part of access control panel), actuator. So, tourniquet with double-sided control has two passageways, and the door, having single-sided reader – only one passageway. Access point, which consists of two passageways, is called double-sided, and the point of access, which consists of one direction of passage – single- sided.
RTE (request to exit)
To exit from the premises with a single-sided door, a button wired to control panel is used. This button is called RTE (request to exit) button. If someone opens a door otherwise than pressing RTE button – by re-energizing locking device, opening lock with a key etc., “Door Forced Open” event arises. RTE button may be used for remote door opening as well.
Properly designed ACS is used to supervise door status (opened or closed), such as magnetic door sensor, sensor of the turnstile rotor position, inductive sensor of the road barrier, etc. This ensured that the system prevents situations when several users access the door with one RF ID or door left open after user’s access and so on. For these purposes the magnetic sensor of door closing, position sensor of the turnstile rotor and the position sensor of boom barrier are connected to the input of access control panel. The input used to connect these sensors, is called the input of sensor of passage (or Door Contact)
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.
Prevents user door pass from the areas where he must not appear. The facility spitted into the closed areas connected with double-sided access points, in which system supervises the personnel appearance for this purpose. System detects the global antipassback violation when somebody tries to re-enter such area without exit or tries to enter somewhere from the area he have not enter. System generates message “GLOBAL ANTIPASSBACK: Access Denied” in case of global antipassback violation.
If door sensor is open, corresponding access point goes into “Alarm” mode (refer to “Alarm» mode below). Alarm is not invoked, if contact is opened during Door Time interval. This interval starts when access is granted and lasts for the programmed time or terminates on opening and subsequent closing of door contact.
Code matching attempt
Control panels can activate alarm on attempt of a code (or RF ID) matching. Code matching is considered when invalid code (or RF ID) is entered several times successively. Valid code entering clears the counter. This function switching On and number of code entrances are subjects of programming.
Date and time of valid access are indicated when setting user access rights. Control panel stores up to 250 time zones. 250 week schedules can be combined from these time zones. Moreover, control panel can store up to 250 holidays, which happen once a year.
Time zones are a part of schedule. This is a way to organize a range of days and times and associate it with access levels. Time zones are utilized by the application to validate, authorize, or perform various functions based on schedules.
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.
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