Can inputs and outputs be reassigned when using a 4W AMC2 board for elevator control?
No; the inputs and outputs on a 4 reader board are dedicated to elevator control. The inputs and outputs on the onboard 4 reader board are used prior to input or output points on an extension board attached using the RS-485 bus.
The inputs and outputs cannot be redefined for other applications on the onboard 4 reader board once an AMC2 module is configured with an elevator reader.
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What function do the inputs or outputs perform on the C900V2?
The inputs and outputs are set for specific functions. The inputs and outputs are defined below by their finite state. Input 1: Short/Open/Restored Events Input 1 will send Short, Open, and Restored events to the Central Station receiver depending on the state of the input. Input 1 is supervised, and it requires a 10k Ohm end-of-line (EOL) resistor. States are listed below. Lower than 1.66vDC, Short. Greater than 3.33vDC, Open. State Change from faulted (Open or Short) to Normal (1.66vDC < Normal Voltage < 3.33vDC), Restored. Input 2: Intercept Inhibit If voltage is high, it immediately goes into Fallback Mode for 2 minutes. It must be low for 5 seconds or more to be considered low. A low condition will prevent Fallback Mode due to Input 2. Higher than 5.5vDC, state change to High. Lower than 5.5vDC for 5 seconds, state change to Low. Input 3: Intercept Override If voltage is high for at least 5 seconds, it goes into Fallback Mode. It can restore immediately from Fallback mode after Input 3 goes into a low condition. Another condition causing fallback mode other than Input 3 will not restore from Fallback Mode to Intercept Mode. Higher than 5.5vDC for 5 seconds, state change to High. Lower than 5.5vDC, state change to Low. Output 1: Open under normal operation. The output changes state to Closed when the CPU Fails. Output 2: Open under normal operation. The output changes state to Closed when the D6600 fails to respond with an ACK message. This output would represent a network communication failure. Output 3: Open under normal operation. The output changes state to Closed when the C900V2 enters Fallback Mode. This can be used to indicate a Communication Trouble because the C900V2 is not sending signals over the network while in Fallback Mode. Output 4: Open under normal operation. The output changes state to Closed when a manual command is sent from the Central Station receiver. This output is used in conjunction with the D6200 Program Software, and it can be used to provide a custom relay closure by the Central Station.
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Does Readykey Pro offer hee ability to manually log off a client from a Readykey Pro application for one of two reasons:
A remote client computer was left logged on to System Administration after the operators shift ended. The administrator wants to log that client out of the system so that unauthorized personnel cannot make changes in the system.
The system incorrectly thinks that too many clients are logged into an application. This results in the message Maximum number of concurrent users for this feature has been reached.
Open an internet browser such as Internet Explorer.
Browse to the server on port 9999. To do this, type in http://ServerName:9999.
Log on to License Administration. The default username/password is admin/admin.
In the list, find the license you would like to revoke.
Click on the number to the right of the license showing how many users are logged into the application compared to how many maximum users are allowed on that application. (For example: "1/1")
A window appears, showing which clients are currently logged into that application. To terminate a connection, click on Revoke next to the client whose connection you would like to terminate. Note: By revoking a license in this way, the client receives an error message indicating that the license was revoked by the administrator.
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In the Alarm monitoring screen, the ISC that usually shows all green shows "green and white?
When the icon shows up as green and white, this is an indication that "selective cardholder download" is enabled for that particular ISC.
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How can a schedule be configured to automatically archive or purge the database?
Archiving is the process of storing transactions from the active SQL database to another file format, such as CSV or text. Purging is the process of deleting transactions from the active SQL database so they no longer exist, except in backup files. Readykey Pro Unlimited can create a scheduled action to archive or purge the database. You must configure Archiving or Purging before you can schedule the action.
Go to System Administration | Administration | Archives....
Set the Archive To and Records Older Than fields as necessary.
Go to System Administration | Administration | Scheduler to configure the action.
Click Add | Action Types | Archive/Purge Database | Next.
Select the Schedule tab.
For Schedule Type, select One Time or Recurring.
After this is finished, click OK.
The Scheduler form shows new scheduled action in the Action Type column with the field name of Archive/Purge Database. To modify the schedule, select this row and click the Modify button. IMPORTANT! Ensure that the Linkage Server is configured and set to automatically run. To configure the Linkage Server Host:
Go to System Administration | Administration | System Options | Modify.
In the Linkage Server host field, enter the hostname of the server running the Linkage Server service.
Ensure that the startup type fpr the LS Linkage Server service is set to Automatic, and that it is running.
To see if the LS Linkage Server service is running, go to the Windows Start Menu | Control Panel | Administrative Tools | Services | LS Linkage Server.
Double-click the LS Linkage Server.
Ensure that Automatic is the selected Startup Type.
Ensure that the Service status shows Started.
Close the Services windows and Control Panel.
Go back into System Administration and close the Scheduler window.
Reopen it under Administration | Scheduler and ensure that the Service status shows Running.
If it is not showing Running, wait another 5 minutes and try again.
If it is still not running, contact Lenel Technical Support for further assistance.
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