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If the Net2 application is running when a token is presented
to a reader or a button pressed on a keypad for the first time,
the unit will configure itself in the software automatically.
Some individual settings may need to be set manually.
Readers and keypads are configured in the Door settings
of each control unit.
The display below shows the settings corresponding to
Reader 1 and Keypad 1 connected to that control unit.
The default name for reader 1 is [Door name] (IN). The default name for reader 2 is [Door name] (OUT). The
reader names set here will appear in reports and be used to set access levels and areas.
This should be set to the relevant type of reader.
None If no reader is connected
Paxton reader If a CARDLOCK or PROXIMITY reader is connected
Clock and data If a non-Paxton clock and data reader is connected (Paxton readers are clock and data readers)
Wiegand reader If a Wiegand reader is connected
ANPR - Clock and data reader If a Paxton ANPR clock and data reader is connected
ANPR - 26 bit Wiegand reader If a Paxton ANPR Wiegand reader is connected
This should be set to the relevant type of keypad. Many third party keypads are compatible with Net2
running v4.18 or later software.
Refer to: AN1112 - How to configure a Wiegand keypad < http://paxton.info/1650 >
None If no keypad is connected
Paxton keypad If a keypad is connected
Token data format
Every card enrolled on a Net2 system must have a unique number. The token data format option allows Net2
to read a variety of encoding formats. The default setting is for the Net2 encoded cards and tokens (random
8 digit number). For details on how to set up a new token data format refer to: AN1045 - Using ABA format
3rd party cards with Net2. < http://paxton.info/1052 >
AN1125 - Configuring Wiegand 26 bits with a site code. < http://paxton.info/1753 >
Default This is for Net2 encoded cards and tokens (random 8 digit number
Paxton token This is for CARDLOCK and PROXIMITY cards and tokens (encrypted number)
Bank cards This allows Net2 to use bank cards
First 8 digits This allows Net2 to use the first 8 digits encoded on the magstripe
26 bit Wiegand If a Wiegand reader is connected, Net2 is configured to read 26 bit Wiegand tokens
26 bit Wiegand with site code If a Wiegand reader is connected, Net2 is configured to read 26 bit Wiegand tokens and check
the site code.
Custom Wiegand If a Wiegand reader is connected other than a 26 bit Wiegand reader. A Custom
Wiegand format must be first set up in the Net2 Configuration Utility
Reader operating mode
The correct operating mode should be selected from the drop down menu.
Inactive There is no reader or keypad connected (or they are inactive for some other reason)
Token only Access is granted by presenting a valid user token
Token plus PIN Access is granted by presenting a valid user token AND entering the relevant PIN
Token plus code Access is granted by presenting a valid user token AND entering a valid code
Desktop reader A desktop reader is connected. This reader is to be used to add users to the system
PIN only Access is granted by entering a valid PIN
Code only Access is granted by entering a valid code
Token or PIN Access is granted by presenting a valid token OR entering a valid PIN
Token or code Access is granted by presenting a valid token OR entering a valid code
Token, PIN or code Access is granted by swiping a valid card OR entering a valid PIN OR entering a valid code
Clocking in reader For use with Timesheet software. Events from this reader will be sent to the Timesheet software
Clocking out reader For use with Timesheet software. Events from this reader will be sent to the Timesheet software
The list of operating modes displayed in the drop down menu is dependent on the reader type and keypad
For example, if a keypad is configured without a reader, the drop down menu will only allow: Inactive, Code
only and PIN only.
Difference between Code and PIN
QCodes are low security as they are not included in user access levels.
QThey are set in the individual Door's screen. A control unit can have up to 50 codes between 4 and
Q8 digits long. When using 'Code Only', Net2 will not be able to track who has entered through that
Qdoor as no user is specified, only that a valid code has been entered.
QCodes are very quick to set up and change. This can be handy for casual visitors entering a
Qnon-public area but should be changed on a regular basis as they can easily be disclosed.
QPIN stands for Personal Identification Number. They are 4 digits long and are set up in a user record.
QPIN's allow the users access rights to be controlled and changed without affecting other users.
QIt also allows them to be identified by the system for reporting purposes.
QFor added security, both Codes and PIN's can be used in conjunction with a user Token. A user
Qtoken which has been lost or stolen still requires the specific PIN or Code to be known.
Timed operating modes
This feature allows a different operating mode to be used depending on a timezone. For example, during
the day, the door may be set to 'Token only' but out-of-hours this can be upgraded to require 'Token plus
To configure this, tick the box, select the required timezone from the drop down menu and the required
operating mode from the other drop down menu.
This is the action that will happen when access is granted.
Relay 1 - door open time Access granted will energise relay 1 for the door open time.
Relay 1 & 2 - door open time Access granted will energise relays 1 and 2 for the door open time. This is used when fitting two
locks on one door.
Relay 1 - toggles Access granted will toggle relay 1. - The relay will stay energised until a second access granted
Relay 2 - toggles As above but for Relay 2.
Doors\[Door name]\Reader 2
The Reader 2 tab shows the settings corresponding to Reader 2 and Keypad 2 connected to that control
The default name for Reader 2 is [Door name] (OUT). This can be changed.
Readers 1 and 2 are configured separately and can have completely different settings
Entry – Touch panel, demonstration case
About – The demonstration units can be taken to a customer’s premises and used to demonstrate the Entry system. Seeing and using the system can significantly increase the chance of the customer placing an order.
The Entry Standard Panel – demonstration cases contains a touch panel, premium monitor, desktop stand and a sample pack of Net2 demonstration tokens
Demonstration equipment can be ordered directly from Paxton. As the equipment is used to sell Net2 systems they are sold at a greatly reduced price.
Installation – The cases are supplied ready to use. Equipment connects directly via Ethernet.
Operation – The operation of the demonstration unit is identical to a standard single door Entry system.
|Dimensions||3.8 × 7.8 × 1.25 cm|
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