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Temaline Solutions

Section 5.: Access Control Solutions

Honeywell's total new concept in access control, integrated security solutions and security system communications.

Temaline re-defines the concept of access control sub-systems for the future by bringing enhanced performance and reliability to installations. Temaline establishes a new benchmark in providing secure solutions to protect people, property and assets. The complete modularity of the system frees the peripheral and field devices from reliance on the central supervisory system for all access control functionality and relieves the supervisory system of card transaction processing.

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Availability

Peer-to-peer communication allows the

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system to work autonomously and completely without degradation of performance or security, without the supervisory system. System availability is furthermore enhanced by a `Shared Load' concept undertaken by smart TemaServers. When one TemaServer fails another `takes over' the management of its TemaKeys, without suffering any degraded operation in the system. A removable FlashEprom cartridge guarantees complete data recovery on any TemaServer.

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Expandability

From small to large complex facilities, there is a need for a flexible solution. System installations are `living' entities, constantly changing and expanding to meet the facility environment. Temaline's design concepts of modularity and openness address this requirement exactly. When expansion is required, simply add what is needed, without having to add intermediary devices such as terminal servers or extensive reprogramming.

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Temaline Solutions

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Peripheral Controllers: The TemaServer is the heart of the system architecture.

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The design concept establishes a new benchmark for features and functions of a peripheral device The enhanced distributed intelligence and peer-to-peer communication creates an operating environment to allow multi-application devices, including access control, time and attendance and intruder detection For a unique level of security, continuity and performance, TemaServers feature a Shared Load function. During normal system operation, each TemaServer manages its devices but, should one of the TemaServers fail, the remaining TemaServer takes over the management of the orphaned devices without any degradation or loss of system functionality

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Field Devices: The TemaKey devices are the connection of the system with the company's employees, visitors and subcontractors.

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Through a modular Plug & Play approach, TemaKey can meet any customer variable in a facility

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TemaKeys are composed of any combination of readers, displays, keyboards, digital sensors, actuators

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Temaline Solutions

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An Open Environment

Temaline meets openness at three levels:

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Save On Costs

The advent of Enterprise Resource Management providers, such as SAP®, Oracle, PeopleSoft and others, are also increasing customer focus on systems integration and the openness as they seek ways to tie their facilities into singular interacting systems to save on operational costs. This shift in influence has been felt most strongly in the inter-relationships between access control, time and attendance and payroll applications. Honeywell has been actively installing

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The Complete Honeywell Security Solution

As one of the world's leading security companies, Honeywell understands the need to protect people, assets and intellectual property. With an international network of skilled people, state of the art technology and global experience, individual Honeywell customers can needs meet with

Shared database functionality allows customers to use their own company database to manage cardholder database information Ethernet networks with TCP/IP communication protocols; there is no longer a need for additional terminal servers. Temaline's communication structure matches exactly customer IT philosophies both now and in the future LONWORKS ­ compatible field

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complete security solutions. Providing help with all aspects of a project from initial needs analysis through designing systems and managing installation, to providing ongoing maintenance and systems operation

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devices guarantee the ability to interact with other devices including: building management applications (HVAC, lighting etc.) and fire alarm systems The same TemaServer platform manages different applications such as access control, time and attendance and intruder detection. No other system provides this level of security systems integration capability. Temaline's communication protocol allows real-time event management and direct panel to panel communication.

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SAP® approved solutions for over 10 years and now a new capability is here ­ a SAP

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certified application meeting the validation of SAP for time and attendance and access control and all are on the same hardware platform. Distributed, uninterruptible and intelligent power supply is totally independent from the data wiring, so many power supply modules can be located on a system to provide the necessary power specific field device groups

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A comprehensive understanding of security requirements, technologies and innovations Being there to help customers, whenever there is a need

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Shared Database Application

Database technology is a critical element in the operations of a security system today. Temaline is designed with a powerful database distribution engine (DBDE) which manages the database updating to the TemaServers.

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Service and maintenance diagnostic tools perform remote monitoring on all Temaline devices. Diagnostic features can be implemented as embedded functions of the terminals or as external tools Remote maintenance provides for read/restore/edit functions to all system configuration parameters

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10 Reasons to Specify Temaline

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HEADQUARTERS

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System Availability

Standalone capabilities of the controllers ensure complete autonomy of the access control system.

Reliability

A product from a world leader in Advanced Access Control Solutions with a proven performance on thousands of projects.

Expandability

Based on native TCP/IP Ethernet communications ensures that the system is able to expand as requirements expand.

Multi-Site Management

Temaline allows management of a single building, to a multi building campus or a global solution covering any number of facilities with single or multiple operator stations.

Powerful Integration Capability

As a key solution from the award winning Enterprise Buildings Integrator facility management central, Temaline is able to integrate with CCTV, Fire, HVAC, Asset Management and many other building automation technologies.

Integration of rd Party Technologies

Temaline can integrate with existing card readers via industry standard Wiegand interface. Multiple reader technologies on a single door can also be managed. Integration into 3rd party ERP's systems such as PeopleSoft, SAP, Oracle and many others is available using standard tools.

Durable System Life

With a proven record of very low Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) as well as flash upgradeable operating firmware, Temaline provides a lifetime of functionality and reliability.

Multi Functional System

Temaline has been designed not only to support advanced access control applications, but also advanced Time and Attendance applications (including HR and Payroll integration), Electronic Visitor Management and many more advanced applications.

Multi Application Devices

Temaline's unique range of multi function card readers and HMIs allows not only advanced access control applications but also Time and Attendance, Intruder Detection, Bulletin Board Service, Muster Station functionality and much more.

IT Infrastructure Compatibility

Native Ethernet, Microsoft Windows and SQL and other features ensures that Temaline is able to operate with existing IT services.

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KEY FEATURES

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Provides a simple, three-level architecture. The supervisory level is managed by Honeywell's Enterprise Buildings IntegratorTM (EBI) and provides the Human Machine Interface

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At the peripheral level the TemaServers (controllers) manage the peripheral database containing all the information essential to ensure the complete autonomy of the devices independent of the supervisory level TemaServers communicate on a peer-to-peer basis with one another and exchange data in order to share information in a distributed mode creating greater system autonomy The field devices ­ or TemaKeys ­ represent the interface to the "environment" such as employees and visitors, doors and turnstiles. TemaKeys represent readers, displays, keyboards and Input/Output modules Controllers use industry-standard TCP/ IP networking over Ethernet leveraging the facility's existing Ethernet network. Controller to field communication is managed using an Echelon LONWORKS® network

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Applications include integrated Access Control, Time & Attendance, Intrusion Detection, Reception Management

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The modular design of the system frees the controllers and field devices from reliance on the central supervisory system for all access control functionality and relieves the supervisory system of the responsibility of card transaction processing.

TIME AND ATTENDANCE MANAGEMENT

The Time and Attendance Manager is a fully integrated software module within the EBI Temaline Access Management and Control application. As a result, database entries need only be done once for each cardholder and application. In addition to the integral Time & Attendance Manager, EBI Temaline has the ability to interface to SAP , Oracle and PeopleSoft

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RECEPTION MANAGEMENT

The term "reception management" refers to all activities associated with checking in and monitoring external persons who enter the building. Typical activities include

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Checking in visitors on arrival Checking out visitors on departure Pre-registering visitors Keeping an address book of all company contacts Collecting and performing historical analysis of visitor data Assigning and administering the return of temporary cards

ACCESS MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL

The basic goal of the Temaline Access Control system is to ensure the security and safety of the resources ­ people, assets, documents, intellectual property ­ present in a specific area, while still allowing authorised users easy, but controlled access.

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used for Access Control also manage Time & Attendance functionality simplifying the system architecture, design and engineering.

LOSS PREVENTION

The Asset Loss Prevention solution is designed to control the rights of a cardholder to exit/enter from a controlled location while in the possession of specific, identifiable assets.

People Management ­ extend the Access Control solution to also include intrusion detection and Time & Attendance

INTRUSION DETECTION

Integrated security requires interaction between all security functions. EBI Temaline accomplishes this via the concept of "integration by design" using the same core software, hardware platform, database and the same field bus wiring. All controllers, regardless of their specific function communicate on a peer-to-peer basis. The TemaServer is able to manage a low-level intrusion detection strictly integrated with access control. This task is carried out using a TemaKey dedicated to the management of digital input / output signals. Each TemaServer is able to manage up to 64 digital inputs and 64 digital outputs and each I/O can be enabled/disabled/ armed/disarmed. The TemaServer device continuously checks the status of the field points controlled in order to detect a status variation.

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Robust Solutions ­ high reliability and availability Connectivity ­ direct Ethernet connection to standard local or wide area networks

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PRIMARY SYSTEM CONCEPTS

The concept of "Integration by Design" is the core philosophy of the EBI Temaline architecture. Dedicated software allows users ­ to determine Access the operational & parameters for the chosen subsystems including Management Control, Time & Attendance, Intrusion Detection, Reception Management and Loss prevention. These design disciplines create seamless inter-operability and a more secure functioning system.

Time & Attendance

The Time & Attendance platform of EBI Temaline allows administrative users the ability to communicate with the company's employees terminals. The system manages the information via the field devices and

line is interrupted, and alerts the operator concerned. The operator also receives detailed information describing the alarm or event as well as the required response/ action. Subsequent analysis of the events and corrective actions taken by operators facilitates the continued improvement of security and control procedures and also ensures continuous improvements to company safety standards. Remote access via either dial-in or Wide Area Network (or LAN) connection or EBI's Alarm Pager option (providing notification via SMS, e-mail, pager or SNMP) allows alarms to be managed from remote workstations or security centres, which is a great advantage for installations that are not attended or guarded 24 hours per day.

associated with the various clock-in and clock-out operations and makes it available to Time & Attendance applications such as the EBI Temaline Time & Attendance Manager or SAP®. to The bi-directional providing functionality also allows messaging from administration employees broadcast or individually tailored messages. A system user interacting directly with the terminal display can execute the following operations:

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Access Management and Control

The access control platform of the EBI Temaline subsystem guarantees one of the highest levels of availability of any system on the market today with multiple layers of redundancy, peer-to-peer communication and the highest marks for application flexibility designed as standard in the system. The system controls and monitors the peripheral hardware, stores all data received via the same hardware devices, and makes the data available for analysis. The system operator can perform operations such as:

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Reason entry ­ specifies a transit reason Transit enquiry ­ interrogates the system directly regarding past transit operations Generic enquiry ­ displays various user-specific information requested by a cardholder Spontaneous messages ­ display personal information addressed either to the cardholder or to a group, following a card read operation Electronic bulletin board ­ displays information addressed to all cardholders who use the terminal

Asset Tracking & Loss Prevention

Asset Loss Prevention provides additional security over a Real Time Location System (RTLS). This option provides the ability to not only locate assets within a facility but also control the movement of assets in and out of protected areas. Assets are equipped with active, radio frequency tags that allow them to be uniquely identified and they can be linked to people, who are identified by means of their access cards. The system uses a combination of longrange readers, transmitters and Temaline devices connected together to form a special Asset Portal (AP). In its simplest form, the Asset Portal is a double technology TemaKey, in which one reader is the radio frequency receiver and the other a Temaline reader.

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Check the number of users present in each area Execute antipassback controls Execute "length of stay" checks on the users

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Intrusion Detection and Security

The EBI Temaline subsystem's intrusion detection platform ensures a high level of security by allowing operators to monitor all the events and alarms generated in a facility in a single user interface. The system immediately detects when an intrusion sensor is activated, when a gate is forced or when a communication

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Check the list of visitors that entered at a given time Check the number of available parking spaces in the parking lot

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Enterprise Buildings IntegratorTM (EBI)

Visitor Pre-registration

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Visitor pre-registration helps speed up the visitor check in process by allowing staff to enter details for their visitors prior to their

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arrival. The reception has access to an on-line list of pre-registered visitors and simply have

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to complete any outstanding details, issue a card (or print a pass) if needed and start the visit.

Asset Loss Prevention System Concept

Does this Person have authorisation to remove this Asset?

Visitor Check-in/Check-out

The reception desk manages all visitor check-in/out operations including:

The diagram above illustrates a typical layout for the entrance/exit area of a building when creating an Asset Portal.

with the EBI Temaline access control system. The seamless integration is critical as it provides levels of security and visitor control that cannot be provide by stand-

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Record personal and identification data Use the address book to identify a contact person for the visit Record all data concerning the visit and, if appropriate, assign a card and associated access rights Print a visitor's pass on paper or card Suspend and continue a check-in operation to allow time to trace the desired contact person Terminate the visit if it is not possible to trace the desired contact person Modify data associated with the current visit without terminating the visit itself, for example, extend the card expiry date or enter notes regarding the visit

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Reception Management

A visitor's first impression of a company is often the reception area. Providing an efficient and professional reception service is the first step in creating a positive impression for visitors. Temaline Reception Manager provides an optional solution for managing visitors to a facility and provides complete integration

alone solutions. In addition to capturing visitor data, the visitor management package also permits the issuing of visitor access cards and temporary staff cards while the powerful reporting capabilities help identify the

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location of visitors present in the building at any given time.

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Temporary and Visitor Cards

Temporary and Visitor cards are configured in the system and then physically stored in an archive kept by reception staff. The cards can then be issued and enabled on demand ­ either for a new visitor or an employee whose card has temporarily been misplaced.

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User Access to the Web Reception Manager

The Visitor Check-in/Check-out Form

WEB Reception Management

The WEB Reception by providing Management an Internet module improves the Reception Manager functionality

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transaction information to Human Resource applications such as Payroll programs or general Time & Attendance management systems. Temaline provides a flexible Time & Attendance management solution allowing the collection of entry and exit transaction details using the employee's standard access card and, very often, the same readers used for access control. EBI Temaline supports the following

Image capture (including cardholder photographs and signatures) Image storage in a variety of formats such as bitmap, JPEG or GIF formats Integration of dynamic data from the EBI Temaline database to the card layout for printing specific cardholder details on cards. Custom card graphic creation. Card printing

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Explorer-based web browser connection to the Reception Manager database. The browser connection provides more stations, better performance and reduces engineering by eliminating the need for manual software installation. The functionality includes:

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Customised Human Machine Interface Check-in and check-out of visitors Visitor pre-registration Temporary card assignment and return Cardholder present in zone report User status This option requires:

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The integrated graphic design tool provides the ability to create flexible and personalised card layouts. Cards can be printed with information specific to the cardholder such as the cardholder's first and last name, additional personal data, a photograph and/ or a signature. Cards can be used for visual identification only, or as physical access cards that are part of the electronic access control system.

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Creation of data import/export and conversion specifications Interaction with external applications Data export, manually or on-line Interaction with the HR-PDC Interface for SAP R/3 for data import and export.

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The Reception Management option A Microsoft SQL Server Client Access Licence (CAL) for each computer using the browser based solution. Personal data of the company's employees is imported from the Time & Attendance application software. This application can be a stand-alone application or part of a complete Enterprise Resource Planning solution such as SAP® or PeopleSoft.

Photo ID

EBI Temaline PhotoID is a fully integrated function that enables the user to create identification cards for users of the system.

Interface to external applications

Access management systems are normally integrated to third party or external systems in order to exchange personnel data, either to update cardholder details or to provide

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The TemaServer is battery backed and the Temaline power supply modules can power any associated devices. These modules provide up to 4 hours of operation after failure of the mains power supply. In the battery backup status, the system reduces the power consumption (e.g. backlight) but does not suspend functionality for gate control, communications, or other critical management actions. TemaServers are used to manage single

Enterprise Resource Management

Temaline provides the ability to interface to common Enterprise Resource Planning solutions such as SAP ,

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Peripheral level

The peripheral level is where most decisions are made and it is made up of the controllers (TemaServers) responsible for the Access Control, Time & Attendance and Intrusion Detection applications.

devices such as individual card readers, displays or keypads as well as integrated units that are built out of several single devices (e.g. reader and display, display and keyboard, reader and display and keyboard). The TemaServer is able to logically assemble simple devices to form a virtual terminal responsible for managing a door. Each TemaServer supports the management of up to 12 doors, using either a single reader for entry or a reader for entry AND a second reader for exit. TemaServers support up to 24 readers per controller, depending on system configuration.

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TemaServers are usually connected to the Local Area Network via a dedicated Ethernet port and use peer-to-peer communication to exchange data and commands with one another. The TemaServers can therefore take all decisions locally, once configured, removing dependence on the Supervisor Level and improving system autonomy.

module via the HR-PDC channel. The bi-directional HR-PDC interface personnel data transfer from the SAP

master database to EBI Temaline and the transfer of transaction data ­ complete with specific reasons and time codes for Time & Attendance ­ to SAP .

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SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

The EBI Temaline solution can be grouped into three distinct levels:

Supervisory Level

The Supervisory Level comprises the Enterprise Buildings Integrator and Temaline software and has the following primary functions:

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Field level

This is the level where the system interacts with the external world (company employees, visitors, gates, etc.). It comprises readers, displays, keypads, locking devices, digital sensors, and other devices.

a TemaServer failure, as shown below. This added level of hardware redundancy is achieved using redundant pairs of TemaServers. During normal system operation, each TemaServer manages its devices but, should one of the TemaServers fail, the remaining TemaServer takes over the management of the orphaned devices without any degradation or loss of system functionality.

LON

Temaline uses the Echelon communication bus as the field bus for TemaKeys, Tema Power and I/O devices. Each LONWORKS® bus can support up to 64 nodes or devices (readers, I/O modules, etc.). As with any LONWORKS® communication bus, in a "daisy-chain" configuration, the total length of the LON bus cannot exceed 2700 metres.

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In a "free-topology configuration, the length of the total LON bus cannot exceed 500 metres.

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PEER-TO-PEER COMMUNICATION

In order to maintain high availability and flexibility of the system, the TemaServers communicate with one another on a peerto-peer basis. Each TemaServer is continually updated with system status regarding employee presence, number of people present in each zone, and details for anti-passback control amongst others. In order to avoid unnecessary information exchange, TemaServers can be

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MULTI-SITE

The multi-site functionality is a logical concept that can be used with only one server or over a Distributed System Architecture (i.e. multi-servers) to manage the TemaServers and peripheral devices installed over a Wide-area Network (Wan). Multi-site allows the management of up to 255 different sites per system. Each site has its specific terminals, behaviour models, calendar and zones. The employees, visitors, vehicles, available cards can be enabled to have multi-site capabilities. Using this function information can be distributed in the most suitable manner relating to employees, visitors, vehicles and available cards to the appropriate sites. The multi-site functionality is often used in a campus or business park type facility.

TemaPOWeR The TemaPower is an active power supply device that does not only supply power, but is also able to exchange messages with the TemaServer controllers thus providing continuous information on the status of the main power supply and of the batteries.

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In emergency situations, the devices can be configured in a redundant mode. Each device then has the ability to manage additional TemaKeys normally managed by another Tema Power, which is temporarily in failure. muSTeR STaTiOnS The Muster Station provides the ability to electronically manage a muster point in the event of an emergency. Any TemaServer or TemaKey equipped with a graphic display can be configured as a Muster Station. Cardholders are linked to a Muster station via the behaviour models as for the other types of readers in the system. Each Muster Station supervises specific zones of the plant displays a list of cardholders still present in these zones (including detail on their last recorded zone). Proper site mustering is a critical requirement

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contractors). The modularity of the devices allows each customer to select the right TemaKey to suit their requirements. In its smallest form, a TemaKey is a single reader but larger TemaKeys can also include additional readers, displays, keypads and/or I/O modules. Standard reader technologies supported include:

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TemaSeRveR The TemaServer is the heart of the Temaline architecture. Each with other TemaServer via the has its own database and is able to communicate TemaServers intelligence supports of peer-tosystem of peer communications. It represents the distributed seamlessly providing an operating environment that inter-operability Access Control, Time & Attendance and Intruder Detection. TemaServers connect to the EBI Temaline Supervisory System via Ethernet. The connection between the TemaServer and the field devices is via Echelon bus protocol.

Magnetic stripe Proximity ­ HID, Motorola, NexWatch, Sokymat, and others LCD devices ­ 16 characters x 2 rows and graphic display with 16 lines x 40 columns

for any facility that requires a structured, secure and on-line evacuation plan. TemaKeyS The TemaKey devices are the interface to all cardholders (e.g. company employees, visitors and sub-

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SYSTEM FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS General System Configuration

System configuration engineering can be accomplished completely from the EBI supervisory level ­ on-line ­ using an EBI station, without affecting the operation of the system. Updating is automatically initiated and is carried out involving only the modified details to the TemaServer. Only the essential updated information is sent thus avoiding unnecessary operations and network traffic and also minimising the download time for database changes. TemaServers are also able to receive update versions of the firmware and other basic tables using standard tools like Telnet and TFTP.

Data Collection

The supervisory level collects data as clockin and clock-out transactions, events such as I/O and other "objects" status changes coming from the peripheral level and device failure messages. All this information is characterised by a priority that determines when they are sent: events are sent first followed priority. by transactions, based upon

Information Point

The information point functionality is available only on a TemaKey with a reader and a graphic display. There are different ways to present information to the cardholder:

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Bulletin Board ­ the bulletin board is a message displayed by the LCD when it is in an idle condition (there is no other activity in progress). Configuration is done at the supervisory station. A text message can also be set that could be a "Welcome" message, Company name or any other message as defined. These messages are supported by user-friendly configuration software in order to allow easy tailoring of the functionality. Inquiry ­ The cardholder request information in the following way:

"Reasoned" Transactions

Reasoned transactions allow cardholders to associate a specific reason with a cad transaction. This is normally used in Time & Attendance to associated extraordinary transactions with reasons such as leaving for a doctor's appointment. In the case of Time and Attendance, the

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. The type of information is chosen by the cardholder using a function key or selecting a choice in a menu of information associated to a function key . Presenting a card. The inquiries are requests of information that can stay on the TemaServer or EBI. Inquiries are always personal information.

Using the same tools is also possible to download all localisation data (strings, date formats, currency) or to download the firmware to the TemaKeys ­ in this case the download is done via the TemaServer. The TemaServer acts only as a gateway between the supervisory level network (TCP/IP) and the field level network (LonWorks).

normal behaviour of the TemaKey when a `reason' is entered is: . The reason is chosen by the cardholder, using a function key or selecting a choice in a menu of reasons associated to a function key . The card is presented to complete the transaction.

Transactions Inquiry

The Transactions Inquiry functionality gives cardholders the opportunity to view and check their transactions. The transactions are shown complete with the relevant information such as the date and time, the direction and the reason associated to the transaction. This functionality is managed by the EBI Temaline Interface and the Temaline peripherals and does not require any maintenance activity, human intervention or interface to other applications.

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General Inquiries

Configurable information available to the cardholder that is contained within the application such as time and vacation balances.

for the terminal, for the cardholder, or for a group of cardholders. Examples include time limits for an individual to complete a specific personnel task such as special training or a group of individuals who might be required for medical exams or a meeting room is changed.

EBI centre once the connection is establish. If the `transit buffer' level exceeds the 80%, the TemaServer establishes automatically a connection to decrease the occupancy of the buffer. From the point of view of events it is possible to specify time periods (hours for day and days of the week) in which the events are sent using the point-to-point connection.

Event Analysis

The event analysis functionality allows the operators to display and analyse the historical data stored in the system. The operator can define:

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Dial Up Communications

The Temaline system architecture supports point-to-point communication between the TemaServer and the supervision centre via Dial-up. This communication can be used as an alternative to the LAN Ethernet connection (as primary connection), or can be used as a back-up connection (primary connection in LAN Ethernet, secondary ­ or back-up connection ­ in point-to-point).

What data to display Which filters to apply to the data in order to show only events that satisfy certain defined criteria What information applies according to the content of the fields

TRANSIT CONTROLS Gate control

In its simplest form, Gate Control is the same as a standard functionality of electronic door access control. The main job of the Access Control TemaServers is to control one or more gates (doors, revolving doors, turnstiles, etc.) in a single or bi-directional way.

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Spontaneous messages are alphanumeric and displayed automatically on the terminal following a clock-in or clock-out operation. The operator can also define spontaneous messages;

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Associated to a specific employee ­ addressed exclusively to the person in question Associated to a specific display i.e. to the TemaKeys that use the primary object in question. All authorised users who transit at the TemaKey can then view these messages

Manual call from Supervisor centre Scheduled connection (both from centre and peripheral level)

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Automatic (started by a Supervisor centre commands or by a Peripheral event/alarm)

Spontaneous messages can be configured for all displays, with the following limitations:

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The supervisor centre has the capability to manage a group of modems; the TemaServer can automatically select the first non-busy line on up to 4 supervisor centre telephone numbers. Transits are not sent in an on-line manner, but only on specific scheduled time periods. If there is no connection between TemaServer and supervision centre, the transits are stored into the `transit buffer' and sent to

when there is a request for transit and when the door is closed (idle condition). In this case the TemaServer treats the two readers as a single door, conserving door count per TemaServer.

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Alphanumeric display: a single line of 16 characters Graphic display: 4 lines of 32 characters

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When there is a request for transit and the cardholder is authorised, the TemaServer opens the gate, checking for the right transit sequence. A transit sequence is a collection of steps related to the gate characteristics (turnstile, revolving doors, etc).

The Spontaneous Message functionality gives the opportunity to show a message to the cardholder using the terminal, simultaneously with the transaction information. The message can be specific

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The following are basic commands related to the gate management;

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the zone that the cardholder is leaving and the destination zone that is the zone where the cardholder will enter. The anti-passback controls establish the zone in which the card is currently located, and checks that each subsequent card scan operation is consistent with this information.

Open the gate for a single transit checking for the right transit sequence (for entrance) Open the gate for a single transit checking for the right transit sequence (for exit) Open the gate ­ the gate remains open until a "normal condition" or a Close the gate command is issued Close the gate (lock) ­ the gate remains closed until a "normal condition" or an "open the gate" command is issued, Normal condition ­ return to normal modality When a "return to normal" command is issued, if alarms are still present, the alarm message is resent

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Escort Control

The escort transit control ensures that a transit is granted only when two transactions in sequence are performed with two different cards. This functionality can also be used to manage vehicles associated with individual people, or their access to specific area based on the required "double permission" as well as for visitor escort. The feature is based on:

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Path control allows the system to grant or deny transit at a terminal on the basis of rules that verify the historical use of the card requesting the transit, whether in terms of the TemaKey utilised for the preceding transits or in terms of the time elapsed since those transits. In particular, with Path Control, the operator may set the rules that must be respected for access through the terminal. The following describes the three possible scenarios that can be utilised for this type of control:

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Anti-passback is used to prevent a card being passed back to a following individual to gain entry. Cross-controller anti-passback is achieved in the system through using the peer-topeer communication capabilities of the TemaServers. In addition, the standard and globally anti-passback have special "time out" functionality that restricts re-entry by cardholder within specified times. In other words, even when a valid cardholder makes a valid exit, the "anti-passback time out" disallows re-entry before a specified time (e.g. 10 minutes). It is possible within the Tema system to have, not only, global anti-passback, but also antipassback for a given number of zones. To enable the anti-passback control, a TemaKey must be configured with two zones associated: the starting zone that is

Enabling a TemaKey to manage dual transits Enabling an employee card, a vehicle card, or a visit card to enable a coupled transit

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"One Shot" transits

In facilities visited often by supply vehicles, there is often a requirement to enable the vehicle for a single transit or for a single entry and a single exit.

Correlated transit among TemaKeys Mandatory Path Timing Barrier

Number of people present in an area (minimum and maximum)

This functionality is an important safety feature for the Tema system. The number of individuals present in an area can be managed and controlled. This functionality allows that in a defined area there cannot be present less then a specified minimum number of people or more then a maximum number selected.

Correlated transit among TemaKeys In order for a transit to be granted at the terminal, it is necessary for the user first to have transited through one of a particular group of terminals. In this example, path control is enabled in such a manner that a user will not be able to access the canteen before having transited the required prior TemaKeys.

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Therefore, in the example below:

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Timing Barrier In this instance, the terminal verifies both the terminal group through which the user has transited as well as the time elapsed between transits before making the decision to allow access.

EBI Temaline allows the user to manage T&A transactions, not only covering the company's employees, but also for external personnel such as consultants, contractors or employees of sister companies.

The TemaKey # 4 is associated to the group of TemaKeys that manage an area, for example the Canteen (Group 4) TemaKeys # 1 and 2 are associated to the Group 1 The control rule that is to be associated to the terminal # 4 must verify the preceding transit through the terminals associated to the Group 1

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For example, a timing barrier can be established between a TemaKey associated with Group 8 and a TemaKey associated with another Group ­ say 7. The rule associated with Group 8 will verify whether the user has transited at any of the terminals associated with Group 7 within a configurable time (less then 24 hours or 1440 minutes). Note: This type of control is a multi-gate control. It relies on information from several gate control terminals and, if communication EBI Temaline provides the ability to check the number of canteen transits allowed and executed for each cardholder per day. TemaKeys are configured specifically for this purpose and the information is collected by EBI Temaline and then normally exported to an external application for canteen management.

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Reasoned Transactions

A reasoned transaction is a transaction that includes an associated code identifying a specific reason in addition to the normal information such as the card number, the date and time of the transit, the transit direction and the terminal identification. Reasoned transactions are extensively

Mandatory Path In the following example, a transit at TemaKey # 8 associated with Group 8 will only be authorised following a transit at TemaKey # 4, associated with Group 4, and a transit at the latter, in turn, will be granted only after a transit at TemaKey # 1 associated with Group 1.

with one of the terminals involved is interrupted, the control can no longer be guaranteed. In this case, the system automatically degrades the functionality and disables the control until the conditions necessary restored. for reliable execution are

used for T&A transactions in order to allow cardholders to identify an exceptional or unusual transit. A reasoned transaction can also be used to send feedback to activate/ deactivate the lights of an office or enable/ disable the intrusion detection of an area.

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The EBI Temaline Interface provides the ability to define a specific use for each TemaKey based on the specific transaction for which the terminal/reader will be used. These include:

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Length of Stay Controls

EBI Temaline has the ability to verify the amount of time that a user remains in a security-sensitive zone. This can be done based on two thresholds:

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High pre-alarm threshold: indicates that the user has remained in the zone beyond the pre-alarm limit

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High alarm threshold: indicates that the user has remained in the zone beyond the time limit set for the alarm.

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Behaviour models

This function allows the user to assign schedules external to cardholders visitors, (employees, companies personnel,

LOCALISATION

EBI Temaline provides a simple, user-friendly procedure for localisation and requires no specific tool. A database table is provided containing all necessary character strings in English and localisation simply requires that the translated text be entered into the "Customised" column as shown below.

and vehicles) that reflect their access requirements. Behaviour Models determine user access rights to protected areas of a facility, and consist of a time-based component (time periods and day types) and related TemaKeys (or readers) for accessing doors or gates. Users can configure up to 512 behaviour models. Each behaviour model can consist of up to 9 blocks (or groups) of terminals and time periods linked to specific day types, such as the days of the week (from Monday to Sunday), holidays, and special days.

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APPENDIX I

TemaLine FieLD DeviCeS

Reader technologies

The Temaline family supports the following standard reader technologies:

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Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)

All LCD's are backlit and easily readable from a range of 80cm to 100cm. There are two LCD models:

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and 2 outputs to manage a single door. Up to 2 readers can be connected to the Wiegand module provided they are controlling the same door, one for entry purposes and the other for exit. The Wiegand interface can be customised to match the encoding format of the proximity card used. Please Note:

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Alphanumeric, with 2 rows of 16 characters The Graphic Display module provides a Human/Machine Interface with a 16-line/40- column display (240x128 pixels). This can be used to welcome visitors, show an employee's name at clock in and out and display reports of transactions (with associated reasons if applicable). The Inquiry Mode accessed by pressing function keys, allowing the user to qualify a transit and/or to request personal information to be displayed.

Magnetic Stripe HID Proximity Sokemat Proximity ASP Motorola (only on TS_TA1x terminal) NexWatch (only on TS_TA1x terminal) Smart card ISO7816-4, only on RTU device

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The 2 monitored I/O provided can only be used to manage the inputs from the related door. They cannot be reassigned to monitor detectors unrelated to the transit sequence of the door. The 2 Wiegand lines can only be used to manage two readers on same door ­ 1 for entry and the other for exit. It is not possible to manage 2 readers from different doors using 1 Wiegand module.

In addition the system manages the following special devices:

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Mifare (ISO14443A compliant) contactless reader Wiegand/BR450 adaptor to allow integration of the BR450 (PCSC magnetic stripe reader) to the Temaline Wiegand device (TK_S014) Double reader technology terminal for installations where 2 different card reader technologies are required for access to the same door (for example: when migrating from one card type to another)

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The TK C21 module provides 4 Supervised Inputs and 4 Open Collector Outputs. The same digital I/O management devices are used for both access control and intrusion detection purposes.

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Integrated reader

The Integrated reader (mini-combo) provides a reader (either magnetic stripe or proximity card reader), keypad and liquid crystal display (2 rows and 16 character columns) in a single unit.

Free I/O management

It is possible to share the I/O of an I/O Module between different modular readers (TemaKeys) or to use the I/O of an I/O Module for both gate management and intrusion detection purposes.

Keypad

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Enter a PIN code Enter information for Time & Attendance such as reasons Request information (inquiries)

Wiegand Interface

The Wiegand interface module provides 2 Wiegand inputs, 2 monitored digital inputs

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SYSTEM CAPACITY

The following tables highlight the EBI Temaline system limits for the System, the Site and for each TemaServer. Note that the maximum number of sites managed by the EBI Temaline Interface is 256 per EBI Server.

Object TemaServers TemaKeys RTUs I/O Operators Operators Visibility Rights Operators Profiles Stations Encoding card formats Cardholders System Limits 512 Depending on the number of readers licensed in EBI Base Software. 512 * 32 512 * 64 1000 depending on EBI No limit No limit Depending on the number of Client licensed in EBI Base Software. 32 No limit Site Limits 512 Depending on the number of readers licensed in EBI Base Software. 512 * 32 512 * 64 1000 depending on EBI No limit No limit Depending on the number of Client licensed in EBI Base Software. 32 No limits TemaServer Limits N/A Up to 12 doors 32 64 N/A N/A N/A N/A 32 See table below for TemaServers limits based on the type of memory and configurable options. 128 32 512 150 64 245 30 23, each one with max 32 entries

Zones Time Periods Behaviour Models Feedback Scheduled Commands Reasons Enquiries Menu Groups of TemaServer (for peerto-peer communication) 55 control zone groups TemaServer per Control Zone group Primary Object

128 * sites n° 32 * sites n° 512 * sites n° 150 * sites n° 64 245 30 23, each one with max 32 entries 255 control zone groups N/A No limit 8

128 32 512 150 64 245 30 23, each one with max 32 entries

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LONWORKS ® data cable characteristics

Type of cable AWG 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Length (m) in relation to the cable capacity mm 2 3.3 2 1.3 0.9 0.6 0.35 0.2 Ohm/Km 5.7 8.8 14 21 34 52 85 50nF/Km 2676 2153 1707 1394 1096 886 693 00nF/Km 1892 1523 1207 986 775 626 490 00nF/Km 1338 1077 854 697 548 443 346 500nF/Km 846 681 540 441 346 280 219 uF/Km 598 482 382 312 245 198 155

TemaServer Memory formatting

The following table shows the standard memory configuration of the TemaServer in the event that the controller is equipped with either the standard memory card and with the extended memory card. This default configuration can be changed for individual TemaServers based on individual site requirements.

Standard Memory Card Access Control Enhance AC / Basic T&A (Enhanced Personal data table) Interactive T&A SAP Cards 10.000 6.000 2.500 2.500 Transaction buffer 2.500 2.500 10.000 7.000 Event buffer 400 400 135 135

Extended Memory Card Access Control Enhance AC / Basic T&A (Enhanced Personal data table) Interactive T&A SAP

Cards 60.000 50.000 15.000 32.000

Transaction buffer 40.000 40.000 65.000 65.000

Event buffer 5.000 5.000 1.000 1.000

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12V dc/ac -15% to +20% 3.6W (4.2W max. during recharging of a fully used battery) Ethernet (10BaseT, 10Base2, AUI) for TCP/IP-UDP connection with EBI_Tema, and peer-to-peer between the TS AC01units IP55 221mm x 304mm x 47mm (W x H x D) 3.0kg, battery included

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Memory Card Options

Standard Memory Card Basic Configuration Access Control Enhance AC / Basic T&A (Enhanced Personal data table) Interactive T&A SAP Extended Memory Card Basic Configuration Access Control Enhance AC / Basic T&A (Enhanced Personal data table) Interactive T&A SAP Cards 60.000 50.000 15.000 32.000 Transactions buffer Event buffer 40.000 40.000 65.000 65.000 5.000 5.000 1.000 1.000 Cards 10.000 6.000 2.500 2500 Transactions buffer Event buffer 2.500 2.500 10.000 7.000 400 400 135 135

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Compact Magnetic Card Reader

Technical Specifications Integrated compact reading unit complete of display, keyboard, 2 digital inputs and 2 digital outputs. Bi-directional reader for Magnetic cards. Alphanumeric Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), back lit, with two lines of 16 characters each, for the visualisation of time data, guide messages for the user, and service messages. Numeric-function Keyboard with 16 keys, to enter the pin code of the user or the reason for transit. 1 double-coloured LED signal: green LED for the correct reading of each direction and red/yellow for invalid transactions and or Messages. Variable Tones for valid/invalid transactions. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption LonWorks cabling Interface Digital Input Digital Output Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Electromagnetic Compatibility 0ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE IP31 72mm x 60mm x 75mm (W x H x D) 0.5kg 12V dc ±15% 1.4W nominal (1.7W max.) Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps) 2 opto-coupled Digital Inputs 2 Relay Outputs (1A @ 30V)

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Technical Specifications Bi-directional reader with manual swiping, for magnetic card (track 2, ISO/ABA 7811 standard). 3 LED signals: 2 green LED for the correct reading of each direction and a dual-colour LED: Red for invalid transaction, and Yellow for Echelon Service. Variable Tones for valid/invalid transactions. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Electromagnetic Compatibility 0ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE IP31 160mm x 72mm x 52mm (W x H x D) 0.4kg Horizontal or Vertical 12V dc ±15% 0.4W Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps)

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Technical Specifications Bi-directional reader for magnetic cards (standard ISO/ABA II track). Alphanumeric Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), back lit, with two lines of 16 characters each, for the visualisation of time data, guide messages for the user, and service messages. 2 multicoloured LED: Green for the access granted, Red for invalid transaction, Yellow for Echelon Service function. Keyboard composed by 10 numeric keys and 6 function keys. Variable Tones for valid/invalid transactions. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE 0ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation IP31 for the magnetic reader, IP55 for all the other components 160mm x 216mm x 52mm (W x H x D) 1.1kg Horizontal only 12V dc ±15% 2.7W (200 mA) Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps)

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Modular Magnetic Reader TK D01

Technical Specifications Bi-directional reader for magnetic cards (standard ISO/ABA II track). Alphanumeric Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), back lit, with two lines of 16 characters each, for the visualisation of time data, guide messages for the user, and service messages. 3 LED signals: 2 green LED for the correct reading of each direction and a dual-colour LED: Red for invalid transaction, and Yellow for Echelon Service function. Variable Tones for valid/invalid transactions. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE 0ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation IP31 for the magnetic reader, IP55 for all the other components 160mm x 144mm x 52mm (W x H x D) 0.85kg Horizontal only 12V dc ±15% 2.3W Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps)

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Modular Magnetic Reader with Graphic Display

Technical Specifications Bi-directional reader for magnetic cards (standard ISO/ABA II track). Graphic Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) with back lit 240 x 128 pixels format, 16 lines x 40 columns, for the visualisation of time data, guide messages for the user, service messages, spontaneous messages, transaction enquiry, generic enquiry, automatic info. 14 function keys, 4 reserved for service management, and 10 configurable to manage enquiry, reasons and menu. 3 LED signals: 2 green LED for the correct reading of each direction and a dual-colour LED: Red for invalid transaction, and Yellow for Echelon Service function. Variable Tones for valid/invalid transactions. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE 0ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation IP31 for the magnetic reader, IP55 for all the other components 160mm x 216mm x 52mm (W x H x D) 1.2kg Horizontal only 12V dc ±15% 5.6W Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps)

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Technical Specifications Technical TK_L For Smartcard Compact, mono-directional reader for ISO14443A MIFARE® and ISO14443B smart card technology (13,56MHz) TK_L HID Technology Compact, mono-directional reader for HID technology proximity cards (125kHz)

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Integrated cable fly-lead for I/O wiring, LON communications and power supply connections 1 multicolour LED: Green for correct card read, Red for invalid transaction, Yellow for Echelon service function Built-in audible buzzer with variable tones for valid/invalid transactions Reading distance: up to 4cm with MIFARE® STD 1K card Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption LonWorks cabling Interface Digital Inputs Outputs 12V dc +/- 10% 2W Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps 2 supervised inputs: normal, alarm, cut, short 2 open collector outputs: Lock Output: Open collector 100mA max for driving an external relay Other output (LED): Open collector 100mA for driving an external relay 2 relay outputs: See the installation manual for the details Lock output: Normally closed/ normally open, Current 6A holding current, peak max 10A inductive load, Voltage 30V ac/dc Other output (LED): Normally closed/ normally open, Current 1A max, Voltage 30V ac/dc Reading distance: up to 4cm with HID ISOprox II cards

Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certification -20ºC to +60ºC Up to 95% without condensation Directive EMC 89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC Low Voltage Directive 72/23/EEC, 93/68/ EEC; EN60950/EN55022-B/ETSI EN300339/EN55024 Directive EMC 89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC Low Voltage Directive 72/23/EEC, 93/68/ EEC; EN60950/EN55022-B/ETSI EN300339/EN55024 IP55 H 156 x W 40 x D 27mm 300 gr

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Proximity Reader

Technical Specifications Bi-directional reader for HID Proximity cards (standard ISO/ABA 125Khz, up to 5cm of distance). 2 multicoloured LED: Green for the correct reading on each direction, Red for invalid transaction, Yellow for Echelon Service function. Variable Tones for valid/invalid transactions. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility Safety 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE CEI 111-3; CENELEC 50061 -20ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation IP55 160mm x 72mm x 52mm (W x H x D) 0.45kg Horizontal or Vertical 12V dc ±15% 0.8W Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps)

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Technical Specifications Integrated compact reading unit with display, keyboard, 2 digital inputs and 2 digital outputs. Mono-directional reader for HID Proximity cards (standard ISO/ABA 125Khz, up to 5cm of distance). Alphanumeric Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), back lit, with two lines of 16 characters each, for the visualisation of time data, guide messages for the user, and service messages. Numeric-function Keyboard with 16 keys, to enter the pin code of the user or the reason for transit. 1 double-coloured LED signal: green LED for the correct reading of each direction and red/yellow for invalid transactions and or Messages. Variable Tones for valid/invalid transactions. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption LonWorks cabling Interface Digital Input Digital Output Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Electromagnetic Compatibility Safety -20ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE CEI 111-3; CENELEC 50061 IP55 72mm x 160mm x 75mm (W x H x D) 0.5kg 12V dc ±15% 1.8W nominal (2.1W max.) Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps) 2 opto-coupled Digital Inputs 2 Relay Outputs (1A @ 30V)

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Technical Specifications Bi-directional reader for HID Proximity cards (standard ISO/ABA 125Khz, up to 5cm of distance). Alphanumeric Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), back lit, with two lines of 16 characters each, for the visualisation of time data, guide messages for the user, and service messages. 2 multicoloured LED: Green for the access granted, Red for invalid transaction, Yellow for Echelon Service function. Variable Tones for valid/invalid transactions. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility Safety 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE CEI 111-3; CENELEC 50061 0ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation IP55 160mm x 144mm x 52mm (W x H x D) 0.9kg Horizontal only 12V dc ±15% 2.7W Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps)

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Technical Specifications One direction reader for HID cards. Alphanumeric Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), back lit, with two lines of 16 characters each, for the visualisation of time data, guide messages for the user, and service messages. 2 multicoloured LED: Green for the access granted, Red for invalid transaction, Yellow for Echelon Service function. Keyboard composed by 10 numeric keys and 6 function keys. Variable Tones for valid/invalid transactions. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility Safety 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE CEI 111-3; CENELEC 50061 0ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation IP55 160mm x 216mm x 52mm (W x H x D) 1.15kg Horizontal only 12V dc ±15% 3.1W (230 mA) Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps)

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Modular Proximity Reader with Graphic Display

Technical Specifications Bi-directional reader for HID Proximity cards (standard ISO/ABA 125Khz, up to 5cm of distance). Graphic Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) with back lit 240 x 128 pixels format, 16 lines x 40 columns, for the visualisation of time data, guide messages for the user, service messages, spontaneous messages, transaction enquiry, generic enquiry, automatic info. 14 function keys, 4 reserved for service management, 10 configurable to manage enquiry, reasons and menu. 2 multicoloured LED: Green for the access granted, Red for invalid transaction, Yellow for Echelon Service function. Variable Tones for valid/invalid transactions. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility Safety 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE CEI 111-3; CENELEC 50061 0ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation IP55 160mm x 216mm x 52mm (W x H x D) 1.25kg Horizontal only 12V dc ±15% 6W Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps)

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Modular Proximity Reader with Graphic Display TK D27

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OmniProxTM

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ADA compliant, built-in audible buzzer Host LED control and tamper output Optical tamper detect mechanism provides output signal to host Hidden mounting screws deter vandalism Potted for superior weatherresistance Honeywell's OmniProxTM range is a complete line of 5 kHz HID compatible proximity readers that delivers consistent performance. All OmniProxTM readers (except the OP90) include three bezels: black, charcoal grey and ivory and are constructed with rugged polycarbonate materials potted for both indoor and outdoor applications. The OmniProxTM family of readers combines unique functionality, high-quality engineering and design for a variety of applications in the electronic access control market. OmniProxTM readers offer superb reliability and consistent read range. Installation is simple and fast with a mounting template included in all models. Increased security functions, including optical tamper and security screw, prevent unauthorised users from removing the reader from the wall or attempting to compromise the system. For vandal-proof applications the OP90 vandal resistant reader is enclosed in a zinc die-cast metal housing. Wiegand output Genuine HIDTM compatible Includes vandal-resistant security and installation tool with every reader. Adhesive-backed mounting template reduces installation time and risk of mounting errors Unique bezel design allows entire face of reader to be customised for a unique look or with custom colour to fulfil architectural and décor requirements Three bezels included with each reader: black, charcoal grey and ivory Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty OmniProxTM Proximity Card Readers

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OP0 Mini-Mullion Description Smallest proximity reader for door mullions 80mm H x 40mm W x 12.8mm D 7.6cm

OP0 Mullion Mini-size proximity reader for door mullions 145mm H x 43mm W x 20mm D

OP0 US Gang Box

OP5 UK Gang Box

OP0 Vandal Resistant Vandal-resistant zinc die-cast single-gang electrical box 114mm H x 80mm W x 15mm D 5.1cm

Switch plate size, single- Switch plate size, singlegang electrical box style gang electrical box style for US for UK 110mm H x 75mm W x 15mm D 10.2cm 88.9mm H x 88.9mm W x 15mm D

Dimensions Max. Read Range1 1326 ProxCard II Clam Shell 1386 ISOProx® II PVC Card 1336 DuoProx® II PVC with Mag Stripe 1345 ProxKeyTM II Keyfob Environment Operating Current @ 5 V dc) Operating Voltage Power Supply Type Interface to Controller Indicators Tamper Output Humidity Temperature Colour Regulatory Approvals Warranty2

5.7cm 5.7cm 3.2cm

5.7cm 5.7cm 3.2cm Indoor/Outdoor weather-resistant

3.2cm 3.2cm Not recommended

35mA typ. / 50mA max.

35mA typ. / 100mA max. 5.0 ­ 16V dc (works down to 4.25V dc) Linear type recommended Max. cable distance to host: 150 m (Wiegand output) ADA compliant with buzzer audio indicator, single tricolour (green-yellow-red) Open collector, active low, max. sink current is 16mA 0 ­ 95%, non-condensing -31ºC to +63ºC Black, Charcoal Grey and Ivory (all three included)

50mA typ. / 100mA max.

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USA and Canada: FCC Part15B, Industry Canada RSS-210, UL294; Europe: CE Mark Approval Lifetime

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OmniProxTM is a trademark of Honeywell International Inc. HID is a registered trademark of HID Corporation.

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OmniProxTM HID Compatible, Smallest Mullion Reader OmniProxTM HID Compatible, Smallest Mullion Reader without Logo (Generic) OmniProxTM HID Compatible, Mullion Reader OmniProxTM HID Compatible, Mullion Reader without Logo (Generic) OmniProxTM HID Compatible, Switch Plate, Single-Gang (US) Reader OmniProxTM HID Compatible, Switch Plate, Single-Gang (US) Reader without Logo (Generic) OmniProxTM HID Compatible, Switch Plate, Single-Gang (UK) Reader OmniProxTM HID Compatible, Switch Plate, Single-Gang (UK) Reader without Logo (Generic) OmniProxTM HID Compatible, Metal, Single-Gang (US) Reader OP10HON OP10GEN OP30HON OP30GEN OP40HON OP40GEN OP45HON OP45GEN OP90HON

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OmniClassTM

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Supports multiple ISO standards: Allows OmniClass to read almost any ISO standard smart card High-Security: Encrypted data exchange available between card and reader and between reader and host reduces the risk of compromised data and duplicated cards Available in mullion and switch plate sizes ADA compliant built-in audible beeper Host LED control (programmable) Honeywell's latest series of affordable contactless smart card readers continue to be optimised for access control applications. OmniClassTM readers, which build upon the convenience and reliability of prox technology, add many valuable features including enhanced -bit security, encryption options, ability to read almost any ISO contactless smart card, multi-application support and more. OmniClass readers offer superb reliability, consistent read range and ease of installation. They are available in multiple sizes and read ranges. OmniClass readers are available in black with 18" pigtail wiring. OmniClass also provides the enhanced capabilities of smart card technology allowing support for biometric profiles and multiple applications on each card simultaneously. OmniClass solutions can retro-fit any Wiegand output readers, including standard HID® or Honeywell proximity readers. Smart card technology is ideally suited for access control, logical (PC) access, storage of biometric templates, parking, secure ID's with embedded tamper-proof digital photos, ePurse and many more applications requiring secure and reliable read/write cards.

PROX (5 kHz) Suitable for Basic Access Applications: · Support for site and card codes · Price competitive More Open: · Support for global standards · Inter-operability between vendors & applications More Secure: · Stronger security via long keys, encrypted communication and mutual authentication · Unique card serial number More Storage Space: · Memory on-board to store data for other applications SMART (.5 MHz)

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OM0 Dimensions Max. Read Range1 Cable Distance to Host ISO Standard Support2 4.83 x 10.26 x 2.03cm 7.6cm

OM0 8.38 x 12.19 x 2.16cm 11.4cm 152m max.

OM5 8.38 x 8.38 x 1.91cm 7.6cm

OM55 8.38 x 12.19 x 2.36cm 10.1cm

15693: Reads Infineon MyD, TI Tag-it, Philips I-Code 14443A: Reads Philips MIFARE, DESFire, Ultralight, Infineon MyD 14443B: Reads PicoPass 64 bit secret key; 32 bit challenge; 32 bit response Available between card and reader and between reader and host UL/cUL, FCC, CE, Canada Radio, Australia -35ºC to +66ºC 5 to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing) 10 ­ 16V dc 61mA avg, 178mA peak No Wiegand IP55 Limited lifetime warranty 78mA avg, 234mA peak 78mA avg, 234mA peak Tamper magnet 80mA avg, 253mA peak

Key Length Data Encryption Regulatory Approvals Operating Temperature Operating Humidity Operating Voltage Range Current (@12 V dc) Tamper Output Output Interfaces (all built-in) IP Rating Warranty3

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OmniClass Series Readers OmniClass Mullion Mount Reader, Black Bezel, 18" Pigtail OmniClass Switch Plate, Single-gang (US) Reader, Black Bezel, 18" Pigtail OmniClass Switch Plate, Single-gang (UK/EU/Asian) Reader, Black Bezel, 18" Pigtail OmniClass Reader with Keypad, Black Bezel, 18" Pigtail OmniClass Series Credentials OmniClass 2K PVC Card (26-bit) OmniClass 2K PVC Card (34-bit) OmniClass 16K PVC Card (26-bit) OmniClass 16K PVC Card (34-bit) OmniClass 16K PVC Card (26-bit) with Magnetic Stripe OmniClass 16K PVC Card (34-bit) with Magnetic Stripe OmniClass 16K PVC Card plus HID Prox (26-bit) OmniClass 16K PVC Card plus HID Prox (34-bit) OmniClass 16K PVC Card plus HID {rox (26-bit) with Magnetic Stripe OmniClass 16K PVC Card plus HID prox (34-bit) with Magnetic Stripe OmniClass 16K Sticker (26-bit) OmniClass 16K Sticker (34-bit) OmniClass 16K Keyfob (26-bit) OmniClass 16K Keyfob (34-bit) OKP0N26 OKP0N34 OKP2N26 OKP2N34 OKP2M26 OKP2M34 OKH2N26 OKH2N34 OKH2M26 OKH2M34 OKS2N26 OKS2N34 OKK2N26 OKK2N34

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OM30BHON OM40BHON OM45BHON OM55BHON

OmniassureTM

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OmniassureTM

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OM0, OT5 Smart Card Dimensions Compatible Cards

OT, OT Smart Card + 5 kHz Prox

OT0, OT5 Smart Fingerprint Mullion: 19.25 x 5.05 x 4.3cm U.S. gangbox: 21.8 x 7.6 x 0.8cm Mifare®, DESFire®, SmartMX®, PIV II, FRAC, DoD CAC, TWIC4 Up to 3cm Up to 3cm N/A N/A

Mullion: 14.2 x 4.62 x 2.5cm U.S. gangbox: 14.2 x 7.32 x 2.8cm Mifare®, DESFire®, SmartMX®, PIV II, FRAC, DoD CAC, TWIC Up to 3cm Up to 3cm N/A N/A Mifare®, DESFire®, SmartMX®,PIV II, FRAC DoD CAC, TWIC, EM4102, Hitag, HID® Prox Up to 1.1cm Up to 1.1cm Up to 4cm Up to 2.5cm 14443A, 14443B

Max. Read Range1 ISO 14443A Card (Mifare®) ISO 14443B Card (DESFire®, SmartMX®) 1326 ProxCard II Clam Shell 1386 ISOProx® II PVC Card ISO Standard Support Data Encryption PIN Biometrics Number of Fingerprint Templates & Size

Available between card and reader and between reader and host 4-bit burst, 8-bit burst N/A Up to 2 templates stored on smart card depending upon card type and fingerprint technology; 752 bytes for minutia; 350 bytes for user templates and records4 < 3 seconds 0.1%; Adjustable Adjustable < 1 second UL/cUL*, FCC, CE, Canada Radio* UL/cUL, FCC, CE, Canada Radio* 0ºC to +60ºC 30-80%, non-condensing IP42, Indoor use only 8 ­ 24V dc 2.5 Watts average, 5 Watts peak

Enrolment Time Equal Error Rate (ERR) False Acceptance/ Rejection Rates Verification Time Regulatory Approvals2 Operating Temperature Operating Humidity IP Rating Operating Voltage Range Power Consumption Tamper Output Output Interfaces (all built-in) Warranty3 Limited Lifetime UL/cUL, FCC, CE, Canada Radio*

N/A N/A N/A N/A -20ºC to +60ºC 5 ­ 95% relative humidity, non-condensing IP67 if connector is sealed 4.5 ­ 16V dc 1.5 Watts average; 2.0 Watts peak Optional Tamper Switch Accessory Wiegand, Clock & Data, RS485/RS232/RS422 Limited Lifetime

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Mullion-mount reader, silver bezel, terminal connection Mullion-mount reader plus 125kHz proximity, silver bezel, terminal connection Mullion-mount reader plus keypad, silver bezel, terminal connection Mullion-mount reader plus keypad plus 125kHz proximity, silver bezel, terminal connection U.S. gangbox mounting kit for OT30HON, OT31HON, OT35HON, OT36HON Mullion-mount fingerprint reader, silver bezel, terminal connection Mullion-mount fingerprint reader plus keypad, silver bezel, terminal connection U.S. gangbox mounting kit for OT70HON, OT75HON Tamper switch accessory for all readers

Note: Contact factory for reader configuration cards to set up the reader per site requirements.

OT30HON OT31HON OT35HON OT36HON IEMOUNT OT70HON OT75HON IEMOUNT2 IETAMPER

OmniAssureTM is a trademark of Honeywell International Inc. Mifare®, DESFire ®, and SmartMX® are trademarks of Philips. HID ® and ISOProx ® are trademarks of HID Global.

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BioaccessTM

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Increased security -- identifies people, not PIN codes Compatible with all major access control systems Preserved privacy -- fingerprint template stored on card Decreased administration cost -- no lost PIN codes Scalable--no local database, no performance penalty Industry leading fingerprint matching technology. Contactless MifareTM Fingerprint Readers Stores up to four fingerprint templates on a Mifare standard 4K card, injured fingers are not a problem Each finger can be assigned their own card number, enabling control of alarm and T&A systems Flexible storage of template on card, enables use of cards containing legacy data Unique personal keys, protects against unauthorised re-enrolment and cards from unauthorised parties Support for MAD (Mifare Application Directory), a demand for multi-application cards Precise BioAccessTM is convenient, fast, accurate, easy to implement and extremely cost effective. By only storing the template on a contactless smart card instead of in a less secure database, privacy is preserved. Precise BioAccessTM Mifare is designed to instantly replace existing readers and requires no new wiring or software updates. Precise BioAccessTM Enrolment Station is a standalone package for enrolling fingerprints and writing biometric templates onto Mifare contactless cards for use with Precise BioAccessTM Mifare readers. The Precise BioAccessTM Enrolment Station gives control over the contents of the cards so the Precise Biometric data can coexist with other applications and data on the Mifare card. Precise BioAccessTM Mifare is a plug and play fingerprint reader that offers unparalleled security for access control. Precise BioMatchTM technology provides reliable one-toone matching-- personal proof that people are who they claim to be.

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BioaccessTM

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PRBIORDR -- Mifare Compatible Description Dimensions Max. Read Range1 Cable Distance to Host (Wiegand) Compatible Cards Number of Templates Template Size Enrolment Time Equal Error Rate (EER) False Acceptance Rate False Rejection Rate Custom Features Verification Time Regulatory Approvals Operating Temperature Operating Humidity Operating Voltage Range Current (@12V dc) Communications Output Interfaces Warranty

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The reader matches the fingerprint of the person seeking entry to the identity of the cardholder as stored on the Mifare card. 12.5cm x 6.8cm x 6.1cm (H x W x D) 4.0cm 152m max Mifare standard 1K and 4K, Mifare Pro and Mifare ProX Unlimited 534 bytes < 10 seconds N/A Configurable Configurable Mifare ROM card number, enables unique card number. Custom card number, enables use of old card number and compatibility with other card formats. RAW data, enables sending of any data required following a successful match < 1 second FCC, CE +10ºC to +50ºC Office Environment (typ. 45 to 65% relative humidity) 12 ­ 24V dc 100mA typ, 250mA peak No updates required to reader, templates stored on card Wiegand, Clock & Data 1 year

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MifareTM BioAccess Reader Fingerprint and Smart Card Reader MifareTM BioAccess Enrolment Kit, 115V ac, USB Fingerprint Reader, and Software MifareTM BioAccess Enrolment Kit, 115V ac, Parallel Port Fingerprint Reader, and Software PRBIORDR PRBIOENRU PRBIOENRP

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HandKeyTM

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When multiple HandKey units are linked together via RS-485 or Ethernet, the unit's built-in template management system can be used to distribute hand imprints to other hand readers in the network. This allows users to enrol at one reader and then use other readers in the system without re-enrolment Integrated wall-mount design Flexible storage of template on OmniClass/iCLASS cards eliminates need to maintain databases in individual readers Card readers support 26-bit Wiegand with other data formats available The HandKey captures a three dimensional image of the hand using a 32,000 pixel image array. 90 measurements, including the lengths, widths, thickness and surface area of the fingers and hand are taken. An advanced algorithm determines the unique aspects of the hand and then generates a nine-byte hand template. This template is then stored and used for subsequent comparisons. Dirt, cuts and abrasions on the hand have no impact on accuracy. The HandKey CR is specifically designed to work in conjunction with card based access control systems. This makes adding biometric security to critical access points fast, simple and seamless for both new and existing systems. The HandKey CR without integrated card reader and the HandKey CR with HID proximity can store up to 512 cardholder templates in the unit. The HandKey CR with an integrated OmniClass/iCLASS reader stores cardholder templates on their cards, protecting cardholder privacy and eliminating the need to store and update cardholder databases in individual HandKey CR readers. The storage of the template on the card allows the reader to support an unlimited number of cardholders. The HandKey II provides the security and convenience at an affordable price, even when compared to cardbased systems. Because a hand is the card, HandKey II allows access only to authorised people without the hassles of a card or key. By eliminating cards, administrative costs are reduced while greatly increasing the level of security. Users appreciate the convenience of never worrying about keeping track of a card or key. Integrates into existing systems To ensure system integrity, a tamper switch is built into the reader. Tamper alarms and other conditions such as verification refused, lock out and duress can be monitored by the panel directly or through one of the HandKey's two auxiliary outputs The HandKey reader by Recognition Systems, Inc. utilises field proven hand geometry technology that maps and verifies the size and shape of a person's hand in less than one second. HandKeyTM Hand Geometry Readers

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HandKey CR HG- Description This reader stores templates for up to 512 users in the unit.

HandKey CR HG-PROX This reader stores templates for up to 512 users in the unit and reads HID prox cards.

HandKey CR HGICLASS This reader stores templates on an OmniClass/iCLASS smart card.

HandKey II HG-II This is a standalone unit for up to 512 users with 2 auxiliary and a door egress input, 3 auxiliary outputs. N/A

Dimensions Max. Read Range1 Cable Distance to Host (Wiegand) Compatible Cards Number of Templates Template Size Enrolment Time Equal Error Rate (EER) False Acceptance Rate False Rejection Rate Custom Features Verification Time Regulatory Approvals Operating Temperature Operating Humidity Operating Voltage Range Current (@12V dc) Tamper Communications Output Interfaces Warranty2

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29.6cm x 22.3cm x 21.7cm (H x W x D) N/A 2" Card sits in holder 500' (152m) max ­ 512 HID proximity 512 9 bytes < 15 sec 0.1% 0.1% OmniClass / iCLASS Unlimited ­ 512

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FTE of 1 in 10,000 less than 1 second FCC, CE, UL 294 0° to 45° C 20% ­ 80% relative humidity 12 to 24V dc 170mA 200mA Built-in tamper switch RS-485, RS-422 or Ethernet Wiegand 1 year BR-100 relay 200mA 170mA

Actual operating distance will vary depending upon installation environment and proximity to metal. In accordance with Honeywell's sales policy and warranty.

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HandKey CR Hand Geometry Reader that stores 512 user templates HandKey CR Hand Geometry Reader that stores 512 user templates and reads HID Prox cards HandKey CR Hand Geometry Reader that stores user templates on OmniClass/iCLASS card HandKey II Hand Geometry Reader that stores 512 user templates for standalone use Ethernet Module RS-232 to RS-485 Interface with 120V Power Supply Handnet for Windows, 5 Reader Licenses Handnet for Windows, 25 Reader Licenses Handnet for Windows, Unlimited Reader Licenses Memory Expansion for software key for HG-4 and HG4-II units built after 2003, supports up to 9,728 users Memory Expansion EEPROM chip for HG-4 and HG4-II, supports up to 9,728 users Memory Expansion EEPROM chip for HG-4 and HG4-II, supports up to 32,512 users Hurricane Outdoor Enclosure with temperature range of -20° to 120° F (-29° to 49° C) when using internal heater option Dimensions: 14" H x 12" W x 10.5" D (35.6cm H x 30.5cm W x 26.7cm D) HG-4 HG4-PROX HG4ICLASS HG4-II HGEN200 HGDC104 HGHNR5 HGHNR25 HGHNRUNL HG4-EM801 HG4-EM-800 HG4-EM-803

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Keyboard TK S31

Technical Specifications Keyboard composed by 10 numeric keys and 6 function keys. It can used as a reader allowing the cardholder to insert his card number or also as door unlocking by keying the keyboard code. 2 multicoloured LED: Green for the correct reading on each direction, Red for invalid transaction, Yellow for Echelon Service function. Variable Tones for valid/invalid transactions. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE 0ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation IP55 160mm x 72mm x 52mm (W x H x D) 0.4kg Horizontal or Vertical 12V dc ±15% 0.8W Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps)

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Technical Specifications Bi-processor CPU68EN302, including a Motorola 68000 (32 bit architecture) and an Ethernet communication processor. 1 Mbyte FLASH EPROM to Download the application firmware. 1 Mbyte FLASH EPROM on a removable cartridge for the download of the permanent database (tables of the access right of the users codes for the workdays, pre-holiday and holiday days) and for the `Transit and Events' Buffer. Optional memory board with 8 Mbytes FLASH EPROM available. 1 Mbyte RAM for the current activity. 2 Relay out (1A, 30V contacts), 2 opto-coupled digital inputs (1 / 12V range). Up to 10.000 cards and 2.500 transactions stored on a removable cartridge with Flash EPROM memory in case of connection failure with the EBI_Tema host (resulting in no losses in case of a power failure). Up to 60.000 cards and 40.000 transactions with the extended memory board. See table below for details. Management of the peer-to-peer connection with the other TemaServer and as a consequence high decisionmaking capability and full operative autonomy. Autonomous clock/calendar Chip with automatic management of regular/daylight saving time with an autonomy of 1000 hours in case of power failure. Lead battery backup, with full functionality for 4 hours in case of network failure, and signalling of the batterycharge status. Low voltage power-supply (12V dc/ac) for maintenance safety. Tamper protection of the unit to prevent opening. Watchdog protection for recovery in case of malfunctions. Tele-diagnostic in Ethernet connection. Available with the following reader technologies: HID, Magnetic, Motorola, WSE, Legic, Mifare (ISO 14443A), Smart card contact (ISO 7817).

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Integrated Terminal TS TA1x

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integrated Terminal

Section 5.: Access Control ­ Peripherals

Technical Specification Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Electromagnetic Compatibility 0ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE IP55. For the TS_TA11 model, the magnetic head reader has IP31 protection degree 221mm x 304mm x 47 mm (W x H x D) 3.5kg, (+0.5kg transformer TRN01) 12V dc/ac -15% to +20% 3.6W (4.2W max. during recharging of a fully used battery) Ethernet (10BaseT, 10Base2, AUI) for TCP/IP-UDP connection with EBI_Tema, and peer-to-peer between the other TemaServer units

ProductDescription

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Integrated Terminal TS TA1x

Maximum number of cards and buffers size

Standard Memory Card Basic Configuration Access Control Enhance AC / Basic T&A (Enhanced Personal data table) Interactive T&A SAP Extended Memory Card Basic Configuration Access Control Enhance AC / Basic T&A (Enhanced Personal data table) Interactive T&A SAP Cards 60.000 50.000 15.000 32.000 Transactions buffer Event buffer 40.000 40.000 65.000 65.000 5.000 5.000 1.000 1.000 Cards 10.000 6.000 2.500 2500 Transactions buffer Event buffer 2.500 2.500 10.000 7.000 400 400 135 135

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Technical Specifications Temaline Dual Wiegand Interface Module. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption Outputs Number: 2 12V dc ± 20% 70mA Power Open Collector (Drain) Voltage: 10V to +14V max, (internal power supply) Voltage (absolute max) 10V to +30V (from external power supply) Current: 1.2A holding current (peak max 5A inductive load) 5 states controlled: normal/close, open, short, cut, remote tamper. Number: 2 Current: 0 to 3mA Voltage: +10V max. Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps) Type: Wiegand (normally high) Number: 2 Voltage: +5V nominal (TTL), +14V max. Voltage: 12V +/-15% (line voltage) Current: 80mA max per channel. Type: Open collector Number: 3 each Wiegand channel Function: Red LED, Green LED, Buzzer Voltage: +14V max Current: 80mA max IP31 105mm x 90mm x 70mm (W x H x D) 0.2kg Standard DIN/omega rail 0ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE

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Dual Wiegand Interface TK S014

Inputs

LonWorks cabling Interface Wiegand Inputs

Power supply output for the readers Output to control LEDs and buzzer

Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility

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Digital i/O module

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Wall Mounting Supports 4 x Inputs & 4 x Outputs Echelon "LON" Device

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Digital I/O Module

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Digital I/O Module TK C21

Technical Specifications Temaline I/O Module. Provides 4 Open collector Outputs and 4 Controlled Inputs. Must be mounted on a standard DIN rail. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption Outputs 12V dc ±15% 0.7W (50mA) Open Collector Voltage: +14V max, 0V min. Current: 0.1A max. 5 states controlled: normal, open, short, cut, remote tamper. Current: 0 to 3mA for each input (internal reference) Voltage: +14V max. Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps) 105mm x 90mm x 70mm (W x H x D) 0.2kg Standard DIN/omega rail 0ºC to +50ºC Up to 95% without condensation 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE

Inputs

LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility

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Power Supply module

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Intelligent Power Supply Monitors all features of the Power Supply associated with the TemaServer.

Power Supply Module

Technical Specifications Temaline intelligent power supply. Includes backup battery for 4 hours of autonomy in case of power failure. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption Outputs Battery recharge Battery autonomy LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility Low Voltage Safety 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE 72/23/CEE; 93/68/CEE 0ºC to +40ºC Up to 95% without condensation IP55 221mm x 305mm x 95mm (W x H x D) 5.9kg Vertical only 230V ac ±15% 50Hz 80 mAAC (nominal, on 10W load) 200 mAAC max. (for fast battery recharge) Voltage 12.5V dc ±10% Current 0 to 0.8A (nominal) 1A (max.) 80% of capacity in 4 hours 4 hours with an 800mA load Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps)

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Power Supply Module TP U01

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Power Supply module

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Power Supply Module

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Power Supply Module TP U03

Technical Specifications Temaline intelligent power supply. Includes backup battery for 4 hours of autonomy in case of power failure. Electrical Specifications Supply Voltage Energy Consumption Outputs Battery recharge Battery autonomy LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility Low Voltage Safety 89/336/CEE; 92/31/CEE; 93/68/CEE 72/23/CEE; 93/68/CEE 0ºC to +40ºC Up to 95% without condensation IP45 221mm x 305mm x 233mm (W x H x D) 8.5kg + 9kg battery Vertical only 230V ac ±15% 50Hz 350 mAAC (nominal, on 60W load) 1 AAC max. (for fast battery recharge) Voltage 12.5V dc ±10% Current 0 to 4.5A (nominal) 5A (max.) 80% of capacity in 4 hours 4 hours with 4.5A load Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology. (Transceiver FTT10A, 78Kbps)

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Power Supply Controller

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Intelligent Power Supply Monitors all features of 3rd Party Power Supply associated with the TemaServer

Power Supply Controller

Technical Specifications Temaline intelligent power supply controller. Allows user of external power supply and batteries, providing the same features that a Temaline power supply provides. Management of tamper on case opened. Additional input for external anti-removal tamper switch. Electrical Specifications Power Supply Outputs Battery recharge time Battery autonomy LonWorks cabling Interface Physical Specifications Protection Degree Dimensions Weight Mounting Environmental Specifications Working Temperature Relative Humidity Certifications and Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility Low Voltage Safety 89/336/EEC; 92/31/EEC 72/23/EEC; 93/68/EEC 0ºC to +45ºC Up to 85% without condensation IP31 160mm x 55mm x 110mm (W x H x D) 0.4kg DIN rail 14.1V dc ±2% 10A max, depending on the configuration Voltage 12.5V dc ±10% Current 1A, 2.5A, 5A configurable Voltage 13.8V dc ±1% Current 0.5 to 5A configurable Configurable Unshielded twisted pair cable in free topology.

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Power Supply Controller TP U04

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