User needs to keep a door open Monday – Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.
Create a time model (schedule), and then configure the door to open in that schedule.
1. Create a day model.
Go to “System Data” and then “Calendar”
Click on “Day Models”
Click the “Create new” button
Assign a name to the Day Model. Add a description and fill the intervals as needed
In this example we are only creating one interval from 8 am to 5 pm. If needed, up to three intervals can be created in the same Day Model
2. Create a Time Model.
Click “Time Models”
Click the “Create new” button
Assign a name to the Time Model. Add a description
Select the number of days in the Period
Select a reference date (select a past date and not a future date).
Assign the Day Model to each day of the period as needed and click save
Note: to verify the Time model is correct, click the preview button and confirm the dates match.
The predefined holidays are shown below, assign the desired Day Model to apply on those days
If holidays are not needed, click the “ignore special days” checkbox
3. Configure the door to open depending on time model
Go back to main menu and go to “Configuration”
Click “Device Data”
In the DevEdit, find the desired door.
Click the “Options” tab and click under “Unlock door”
Select the desired option, in this example we choose “Door is open depending on time model”
Select the desired “Time model”
Click the “Save” button.
1. Open “Card personalization Configuration”.
You can find this software by accessing the “Access Professional Edition” folder in the start menu. See figure 1.
If unable to find in the start menu, this is located in the folder “C:\BOSCH\Access Professional Edition\CP\bin\SfmCfgApp.exe”, (unless non-default paths and folder names are chosen during installation). See figure 2.
*Note: Make sure to run the software with administrator rights.
2. In Card personalization Configuration go to the Print tab.
3. Create a print channel.
Type the print channel desired name and click the button to the left.
Once the print channel is created, the installed printers at this PC will populate below.
4. The printer’s information will auto fill under the current channel, modify parameters as needed.
5. Once finished, click apply and close.
6. Restart the computer.
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