Configuring Door Access Control

Applies to

TITANTOUCH 2SENSE 2MYCROMERGEMERGE CR
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Description

MYCRO, MERGE & MERGE CR devices are equipped with an internal relay (Max rating 1A @ 24VDC) which can be used for standalone Door Access Control for a single door. TITAN, TOUCH 2 & SENSE 2 devices are equipped with an internal relay (Max rating 2A @ 24VDC) which can be used for standalone Door Access Control for a single door.

There are two ways to configure the Door Access Control settings of IXM devices:

  • In IXM WEB, under CONFIG tile Door Access Control app
  • From IXM TOUCH’s LCD menu system Door Access app

Configuring Door Access Control (DAC) from IXM WEB

  • Click CONFIG tile -> Door Access Control app.
  • Toggle “Door Access Control” to ON to activate the Door Access Control settings.
  • The list of settings along with their functions are outlined below:
    • Request-to-Exit Time: The time from activation of the Request-to-Exit trigger until the door is opened. If the door is not opened within this time, the door lock will return to the LOCKED state. If the door is open beyond the time duration, then the “Door Forced Open” alarm will activate.
    • Unlock Time: The time immediately following a biometric authentication until the door is open. If the door is not opened within this time, the door lock will return to the LOCKED state. If the door is open beyond the time duration, then the “Door Forced Open” alarm will activate.
    • Open Time: The time duration to allow the door to remain open. If door is open beyond the time duration, then the “Door Open Too Long” alarm will activate.
    • Request-to-Exit Mode: Three options: 1) Push Button or 2) Motion Detector 3) None
    • Door Lock Mode: Two options: 1) Electric or 2) Manual
    • Alarm Feeback Mode: Three options: 1) Audio, 2) LED or 3) Audio + LED
    • Request-to-Exit Switch: This switch is used to determine whether the door needs to open or close upon user authentication. Two options: 1) Normally Closed or 2) Normally Open
    • Door Reader Status Switch: This switch is used to determine whether the door contact status is open or closed. Two options: 1) Normally Closed or 2) Normally Open
    • Door Controller: This switch is used to determine whether Door Access Control settings will be controlled by IXM Device or Secure Relay Box.
  • Once all the settings have been configured, click Apply to save the settings to the IXM device. A “Door Access Control settings saved” message will be displayed. Click OK.
  • To disable the “Door Forced Open” alarm generated during normal operation, click Clear Door Alarm. A “Door Force Open Alarm cleared” message will be displayed. Click OK.
  • To reset the DAC settings back to default, click Reset. Reconfirm the action by clicking Reset in the pop-up dialog. If the “Cancel” option is selected, then no action will be taken.
  • A “Door Access Control settings restored” message will be displayed. Click OK.

Steps to configure Door Open Time (DOT):

Activating the Door Open Time feature will trigger an immediate override of the IXM device’s relay and alarm to allow for users to open the door without providing access credentials (biometric, card or ID) for a specified duration in minutes (max 1439 min) & seconds (max 59 sec).

  • Toggle the “Status” to ACTIVE to enable the DOT feature.
  • Enter “Open Time” duration in minutes and seconds & click Apply to save the settings to the IXM device.
  • For the specified duration of DOT, the IXM device will sound a continuous tone. Upon refresh of the web browser, the status of the IXM device will update from “ONLINE” to “DOT” as shown below.

Steps to configure Door Open Schedule (DOS):

Activating the Door Open Schedule feature will trigger an override of the IXM device’s relay and alarm to allow for users to open the door without providing access credentials (biometric, card or ID) based on the specified time schedule.

  • Toggle the “Status” to ON to enable the DOS feature.
  • A schedule is created by clicking, holding and dragging the cursor across the desired time duration as shown in red.
  • Click the “Copy” icon in any blank row to replicate the selected duration. Click Apply to save the DOS settings to the IXM device.
  • To reset the DOS settings back to default, click Reset. Reconfirm the action by clicking Reset in the pop-up dialog. If “Cancel” option is selected, then no action will be taken.
  • A “Door Open Schedule restored” message will be displayed. Click OK.

Configuring Door Access Control on the LCD Menu

Note: Door Access Control (DAC) and Door Open Time (DOT) settings are configurable from the TOUCH 2 LCD menu. Door Open Schedule (DOS) is only configurable from IXM WEB.

Steps to configure Door Access Control (DAC) and Door Open Time (DOT) from TOUCH 2:

  • Swipe to the Door Access app. Tap on the Door Access icon. The device will prompt for device security authentication prior to opening the app.
  • By default, the DAC feature is disabled. When the DAC feature is enabled, only then will DOT settings and Clear Door Alarm button be activated. Tap Door Access Control (DAC).
  • ToggleStatus to enable DAC settings.
  • To view all configuration of DAC, swipe down.
    • Times:
    • Request to exit
    • Unlock Time
    • Open Time
    • Switches:
    • Request to exit Switch
    • Door Reader Status
    • Door Controller
    • Modes:
    • Request to exit
    • Alarm Feedback
    • Door Lock
  • Click Save to store the settings.
  • Tap Status to enable DOT settings.
  • Enter a value in minutes (min) & seconds (sec) for the Open Time and tap the Save Icon to store the settings.
  • When DOT is activated, the device will provide notification on the LCD screen along with the remaining time.

Notification of Door Open Schedule (DOS) display on IXM TOUCH 2 LCD:

  • During the DOS schedule (when configured via IXM WEB), the LCD screen will reflect the following message: