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Software installation

Software administration

Information system installation

Accounting

Salary management

Financial terminals

Work time control and accounting

Access control systems hardware installation

Software settings for ACS hardware

Video surveillance system

Photofixation (Videofixation)

Audio surveillance and phone recording system

Call accounting for PBX (PBX billing)

Password handling for access control system

Industrial automation system hardware installation

Software settings for automation сontrollers




Software installation

Complex components

Applications
Configurator -> setup_config.exe
Event monitor -> setup_monitor_event.exe
Reports module -> setup_report.exe
Information system Client -> setup_msg.exe
Financial terminal -> setup_fin_terminal.exe
Database administrator -> setup_admin_db.exe
Attendance registration module -> setup_generator.exe
Accounting -> setup_finances.exe

Services
MySQL Database server 5.6.10 -> setup_mysql.exe
Data exchange server -> setup_service_corp.exe
Controllers service -> setup_service_controller.exe
Videoserver -> setup_service_video.exe
Audioserver -> setup_service_audio.exe
PBX service -> setup_service_pbx.exe
Email and SMS sending service -> setup_service_message.exe
Backup service -> setup_service_backup.exe

Additions
For users of Linux (2.6 kernel): Utility “configuring the FTDI USB devices” -> conf_usb.zip
USB drivers -> usb_drivers.zip

Software installation

For Windows
[Default password for all users - masterkey]

1. In the regional settings of the operating system, you must specify the following formats:
* Date - short format “dd.MM.yyyy” (21.12.2010), the date separator “.” (Point);
* Time - format “H: mm: ss” (15:00:17 - 24 hours of format), time separator “:” (colon);
* Numbers - divider decimal separator “,” (comma)
2. Install the MySQL Database server (setup_mysql.exe)
If the MySQL database is installed not from the package “Komendant” (database server - 5.0.XX or 5.0.XX), you must enable the “INNODB” and charset, as well as in the my.ini (my.cnf) you must specify in configuration file:
[mysqld]
default-character-set=utf8
max_allowed_packet=64M
default-storage-engine=INNODB
sql-mode="STRICT_TRANS_TABLES,NO_AUTO_CREATE_USER,NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION"
[mysql]
default-character-set=utf8
If the MySQL database is installed not from the package “Komendant” (database server - 5.5.XX or 5.6.XX), you must enable the “INNODB” and charset, as well as in the my.ini (my.cnf) you must specify in configuration file:
[mysqld]
character-set-server=utf8
max_allowed_packet=64M
default-storage-engine=INNODB
sql-mode="STRICT_TRANS_TABLES,NO_AUTO_CREATE_USER,NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION"
[mysql]
default-character-set=utf8
3. Install the Configurator (setup_config.exe) (Required for all system functions)
4. Go to necessary applications and services installation

Installation of additional software and device drivers

Installing FTDI driver for the USB devices in Windows 8

Before installing the driver you must prepare Windows 8 for startup in the mode, when the is disabled checking drivers signature.

1. Press the Windows Key + I on your keyboard.
2. In “Settings” click on “Change PC settings”
3. The PC Settings > General menu will appear, scroll all the way down.
4. When you see “Advanced startup” click on the “Restart now” button below.
5. Windows will now restart into a new options menu, select “Troubleshoot”.
6. In the Troubleshoot menu, click on “Advanced options”.
7. In the “Advanced Options” menu click on “Startup Settings”.
8. You will now want to click on “Restart” to boot into the Startup Settings boot screen.
9. Once your computer has rebooted, the “Startup Settings” screen appears, Press “7” or F7” on your keyboard to “Disable driver signature enforcement”.
Your computer is ready to install the FTDI driver for USB devices (until the next reboot).

Installing FTDI driver for the USB devices in Windows 8.1

Before installing the driver you must prepare Windows 8.1 for startup in the mode, when the is disabled checking drivers signature.

1. Press the Windows Key + I on your keyboard.
2. In “Settings” click on “Change PC settings”
3. The PC Settings > Update and recovery > Recovery.
4. When you see “Advanced startup” click on the “Restart now” button below.
5. Windows will now restart into a new options menu, select “Troubleshoot”.
6. In the Troubleshoot menu, click on “Advanced options”.
7. In the “Advanced Options” menu click on “Startup Settings”.
8. You will now want to click on “Restart” to boot into the Startup Settings boot screen.
9. Once your computer has rebooted, the “Startup Settings” screen appears, Press “7” or F7” on your keyboard to “Disable driver signature enforcement”.
Your computer is ready to install the FTDI driver for USB devices (until the next reboot).

Installing LAME ACM MP3 Codec (for audio recordings)

Install LAME ACM MP3 Codec on Windows 32-bit.
1. Uncompress the files from archive, right-click on the “LameACM.inf” file and select “Install”.
2. You may encounter a prompt saying: “The software you are installing for this hardware… has not passed Windows Logo testing...”; click on the “Continue Anyway” button.

Install LAME ACM MP3 Codec on Windows 64-bit.
1. Uncompress the files from archive to for example “C:\lame”.
2. Run “cmd.exe” with admin rights
3. Execute command “cd %windir%\SysWOW64”.
4. Execute command “rundll32 setupapi.dll,InstallHinfSection DefaultInstall 0 C:\lame\LameACM.inf”.


Software administration

Update software and database “Komendant” to the latest version

1. Make a backup copy of the database “Komendant” with the program “Komendant: Configurator”!
2. Update the database “Komendant” with the program “Komendant: Database administrator” item “4. Update the database Komendant7.X.X to ...”.
3. Update software “Komendant” (reinstall the necessary components).

List of TCP/IP ports used in “Komendant” Software

7779 TCP - Controllers service
9860 TCP - Audioserver
9871 TCP - Videoserver
9876 TCP - Data exchange server

Backup system

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Database administrator
Services: Corporate database, Backup service

Manual mode
1. Create a backup in manual mode [ Configurator = System -> More Actions -> Database backup ]
2. Database restore
2.1 Method 1 [ Configurator = System -> More Actions -> Database restore ]
2.2 Method 2 [ Database administrator = Restore the database ‘Komendant’ from the backup ]

Autobackup
1. Install the “Backup service”
2. Configure the settings of the required functions [ Configurator = System -> Backup service ]

Edit of localization
Available only to users with system administrator privileges.

Method 1 [ Configurator = File -> Localization -> Translator ]
Method 2 [ Ctrl+Alt+F12 in all modules ]

Export localization
Available only to users with system administrator privileges.

1. Run program “Komendant: database Administrator”.
2. Press Ctrl+Alt+F12 and enter system engineer password for showing window “Translator”.
3. Make sure that the translator is connected to the desired database. If necessary, make the connection setup: menu “Translator” -> “Connection settings”.
4. Go to the tab “Translation”.
5. To set checkbox “All”.
6. Choose “All” in tree of translation.
7. Click on “Export translation for this application”.
8. Translation files are stored in direcrory “%APPDATA%\komendant.pro”.

Import localization
Available only to users with system administrator privileges.

1. Run program “Komendant: database Administrator” with parameter “admin_db.exe /developer”.
2. Press Ctrl+Alt+F12 and enter system engineer password for showing window “Translator”.
3. Make sure that the translator is connected to the desired database. If necessary, make the connection setup: menu “Translator” -> “Connection settings”.
4. Open a window for selecting the directory with translation files: menu “Import -> Import from a directory of translation files”.
5. Choose the directory with the files and press “OK”.

Access rights

“Configurator: Standart edition” module status (freeware)
1. System administrator - full access to all modules (access rights are immutable)
2. Additional system administrators -> [ Configurator = System -> Administrators -> Tab “Parameters” ]
3. Operators -> [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Operators -> Operator -> Tab “Parameters” ]
4. Employees -> [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department -> Employee -> Tab “Information system” ]
5. Access rights to CRM system
* Additional system administrators: no/full
* Operators: no/partially editable/full
* Employees: no/full (Access rights to Accruals and Deductions - partially editable)
6. Access rights to Tasks management
* Additional system administrators: no/full
* Operators: no/partially editable/full
* Employees: no/full (Access rights to Accruals and Deductions - partially editable)
7. Access rights to Conferences
* Additional system administrators: no/full
* Operators: no/partially editable/full (+ administration rights: no/full)
* Employees: no/full (excluding administration rights)
8. Access rights to Instant messenger
* Additional system administrators: no/full
* Operators: no/partially editable/full
* Employees: no/partially editable/full
9. Access rights to Accounting
* Additional system administrators: full
* Operators: no/full
* Employees: no
10. Access rights to Event monitor
* Additional system administrators: full
* Operators: editable
* Employees: no
11. Access rights to Reports module
* Additional system administrators: full
* Operators: no/full
* Employees: no
12. Access rights to Attendance registration module
* Additional system administrators: full
* Operators: no/full
* Employees: no
13. Access rights to Financial terminal
* Additional system administrators: full
* Operators: editable
* Employees: no
14. Access rights to Configurator
* Additional system administrators: partially editable/full
* Operators: no/partially editable
* Employees: no

“Configurator: Corporate edition” module status
Difference between the “Configurator: Corporate edition” and the “Configurator: Standart edition”
* The ability to manage multiple organizations
* Advanced management of access rights for CRM and Accounting
1. System administrator - full access to all modules (access rights are immutable)
2. Additional system administrators -> [ Configurator = System -> Administrators -> Tab “Parameters” + Tab “Accounting” ]
3. Operators -> [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Operators -> Operator -> Tab “Parameters” + Tab “Accounting” ]
4. Access rights to CRM system -> [ Configurator = Corporate information system -> CRM system -> Client category -> Edit -> Tab “Access rights to client category” ]


Information system installation

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Information system Client
Services: Corporate database, Data exchange server, Email and SMS sending service
Hardware: GSM phone

General settings (by steps)
1. Install the “Data exchange server” (remember the port number)
Path to the directory containing users files: {directory, where you installed the Komendant software}\komendant.pro\service_corp\catalog\
2. Configure the settings of the required functions [ Data exchange server = Settings -> Common ]
3. Add the employees [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department ]
During adding of the employees: Activate the “Allow connection to data exchange server”, set the user password, make the settings for other necessary functions. Notify users about of their user ID and password. Notify users about of the IP address and port of the “Data exchange server”. [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department -> Employee -> Tab “Information system” ]
4. CRM system: Adding or editing of categories, statuses, markers -> [ Configurator = Corporate information system -> CRM system ]
5. Tasks management: Marks editing -> [ Configurator = Corporate information system -> Tasks management ]
6. Conferences: Conferences adding or editing -> [ Configurator = Corporate information system -> Conferences ]

User actions
1. Run the installation of “Information system Client” (setup_msg.exe)
2. During installation, specify the IP address and port of the “Data exchange server”, user ID and password.
3. Launch the “Information system Client”. launch the “Information system Client” navigation window is by clicking the icon in the system tray.

SMS message sending
1. Phone selection to send SMS
* Phone must support the “AT” commands and “PDU” mode.
* The phone must have at least one interface for connection to PC (RS-232, USB, Bluethooth, IrDA).
* The computer should have corresponding connection interface. When using USB, Bluetooth, IrDA interfaces the system must have a virtual port that is bound to the connection interface.
2. Connect the phone to PC
3.  Phone testing
Testing must be done in a terminal program (eg: HyperTerminal).
Connection settings through the COM port: Speed: 57600, Data bits: 8, Parity: None, Stop bits: 1, Flow control: None.
* When connected, enter the “AT” (verification of AT commands support) and press the “Enter”. If your phone supports this command, the message will be “OK”.
* Then enter the “AT+CMGF=0” (verification of “PDU” mode support) and press the “Enter”.  If your phone supports this mode, the message will be “OK”.
4. Install the “Email and SMS sending service” and configure the settings of the required functions (need to specify the organization).
5. Activate the “Enable SMS and Email sending” [ Configurator = System -> Custom settings ]
6. Activate the “Allow creation and sending of messages” [ Configurator = Organization -> Tab “Parameters” ]
7. For each employee: Enter the “number for SMS sending” and activate “Allow SMS sending to other users” [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department -> Employee -> Tab “Information system” ]


Accounting

Used modules (without CRM)
Applications: Configurator, Accounting
Services: Corporate database

Used modules (with CRM)
Applications: Configurator, Accounting, Information system Client
Services: Corporate database, Data exchange server

General settings (by steps)
1. Add operators (if need) [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Operators ]
2. Add employees (if need) [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department ]
3. Configure particulars for own organization [ Accounting = Catalogue -> Own particulars [ select or add new ] -> Actions -> Edit & Additional data ] You can maintain separate accounting for each particulars for own organization.
4. Configure catalogue of the object of business activities [ Accounting = Catalogue ]
5. Configure catalogue of the object of tax accounting (if need) [ Accounting = Catalogue ]
6. Enter the initial financial data (example see below)

Entering the initial financial data (example)
1. Evaluate your business [ Initial_sum = Tangible assets + Intangible assets + Cash + Noncash ]
2. By means of the 704 operation, to deposit the Initial_sum to the account of the founder
3. By means of the appropriate operations (101, 102, 105, 601 ...), perform entering the tangible and intangible assets
4. Close the initial period (operations 801)

Principles of accounting
1. Work “from the operation” - Only management accounting
Accounting for financial (source) documents isn’t performed. The functions of the tax payments calculation are not available.
2. Work “from the document” - Management and tax accounting
All sales operations are based on the invoice [ Accounting = Documents -> Invoice ]
Sequence:
1. Invoices creation [ Accounting = Documents -> Invoice ]
2. Payment fixing [ Tab “Payment” ] and the payment document [ Tab “Parameters” ]
2.2 Tax invoice (TAX accounting) generates automatically
3. Shipping (document creation) [ Tab “Documents” ]
3.1 For the goods: Shipping invoice, Tax invoice (consumer’s)
3.2 For the services: Act of acceptance, Tax invoice (consumer’s)

System supervision
Enable / Disable [ Accounting = File -> Аdministration -> System supervision ]

Data collection and analysis / Tax payments calculation
The system includes three types of calculations:
* year, quarter, month
Type of variables:
* name (0) [ where the “name” - a global name, “0” - current period | example -> variable-name(-1) - the variables value for the previous period ]
Type of functions:
* Expression - usual mathematical expression FastScript (script language - РascalScript)
* Function - function FastScript (script language - РascalScript)

Independent documents
[ Accounting = Documents -> Independent document ]
1. Without selection of the objects of tax accounting
Accounting for data of the independent documents isn’t performed.
2. With selection the of objects of tax accounting
Data of the independent documents is accounted in tax accounting [ Accounting = Tax accounting -> All ]
Important notice: Data of the independent documents is accounted in the prime cost calculation for the tax accounting [ Accounting = Tax accounting -> Prime cost calculation ], but not accounted in the management accounting.


Salary management

Systems of salary calculation
Configuration (salary, fines) [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Systems of salary calculation ]
Calculation [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department -> Employee -> Tab “Financial results” ]
Important notice: Required configuration “Synchronization of accruals and deductions to the accounting” [ Configurator = Organization -> Tab “Parameters” ]

Accruals and deductions
Available in the following modules:
* [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department -> Employee -> Tab “Accruals and deductions” ]
* [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Accruals, deductions, documents ]
* [ Information system Client = CRM system ]
* [ Information system Client = Tasks management ]
* [ Financial terminal ]
* [ Accounting ]


Financial terminals

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Financial terminal
Services: Corporate database
Drivers:* USB drivers
Hardware:* SCM-FinTerminal (admin. reader interface) (Wiring diagram) + Transponder reader
* If you need the function “accrual and deduction with confirmation by card”

General settings (by steps)
1. Add operators [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Operators ], activate -> “Launch ‘Komendant: Financial terminal’”
2. Add the nomenclature for financial terminals [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Accruals, deductions, documents -> Tab “Nomenclature for financial terminals” ]
3. (if need) Install the USB driver (usb_drivers.zip) for SCM-FinTerminal, сonnect the hardware to PC
4. Start the “Financial terminal”


Work time control and accounting

Work time accounting - Level: attendance registration in manual mode

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Attendance registration module, Reports module
Services: Corporate database

General settings (by steps)
1. Add the virtual access point [ Configurator = Hardware -> Virtual access points ]
2. Add the virtual access point to the list of allowed access points for organization [ Configurator = Organization -> Tab “Parameters” ]
3. Add the virtual access point to the access profile [ Configurator = Organization -> Profiles -> Access profiles ], for “Work time accounting” function select “Entry/Exit”
4. Add the work schedule [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Work schedules -> Work schedules (Basic) ]
5. Add the system of salary calculation [ manual: cat. 03, page 02 ]
6. Add the employee [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department ]
7. Add the access card for employee [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department -> Employee -> More actions -> Add access card ], select the appropriate work schedule, access profile, system of salary calculation
8. Add operators [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Operators ], activate -> “Launch ‘Komendant: Attendance registration module’”
9. Start the “Attendance registration module”

Work time accounting - Level: Control of physical access to premises

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Reports module
Services: Corporate database, Controllers service

General settings (by steps)
1. Configure the access control system [ manual: cat. 05 ]
2. Activate the “Work time accounting” and select “Entry/Exit” for the access point in the access profile [ Configurator = Organization -> Profiles -> Access profiles ]
3. Add the work schedule [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Work schedules -> Work schedules (Basic) ]
4. Add the system of salary calculation [ manual: cat. 03, page 02 ]
5. Add the employee [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department ]
6. Add the access card for employee [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department -> Employee -> More actions -> Add access card ], select the appropriate work schedule, access profile, system of salary calculation

Work time accounting - Level: Computer usage monitoring (time tracking)

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Reports module, Information system Client
Services: Corporate database, Data exchange server

General settings (by steps)
1. Configure the Corporate information system, install the modules of the information system on users computers [ manual: cat. 02 ]
2. Activate the “Applications activity monitoring” and “User inactivity monitoring (keyboard and mouse)” [ Data exchange server = Settings -> Common ]
3. Register the applications [ Configurator = Corporate information system -> Applications monitoring ]
* Press “Add”
* Press “Request the application”
* Click the window of necessary application
4. Add the applications monitoring profile [ Configurator = Organization -> Profiles -> Applications monitoring profiles ]
5. Add the schedule of work on computer [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Work schedules -> Schedules of work on computer ]
6. Specify the appropriate work schedule and monitoring profile in the employee settings [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department -> Employee -> Tab “information system” ]

Work time accounting - Level: Handling of passwords dialed on PBX

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Reports module
Services: Corporate database, PBX service
Hardware: PBX

General settings (by steps)
1. Add the virtual access point [ Configurator = Hardware -> Virtual access points ]
2. Add the virtual access point to the list of allowed access points for organization [ Configurator = Organization -> Tab “Parameters” ]
3. Add the virtual access point to the access profile [ Configurator = Organization -> Profiles -> Access profiles ], for function “Work time accounting” select “Entry/Exit”
4. Add the work schedule [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Work schedules -> Work schedules (Basic) ]
5. Add the system of salary calculation [ manual: cat. 03, page 02 ]
6. Add the employee [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department ]
7. Add the access card for employee [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department -> Employee -> More actions -> Add access card ], select the appropriate work schedule, access profile, system of salary calculation
8. Configure the call accounting for PBX (PBX billing) [ manual: cat. 07, page 01 ]
9. Add the log parsing rule (for each employee) to the PBX log parsing template for the password handling [ In the function “Pass creation for ACS” - Create rules for passwords of “work time start” and “work time end”, select the appropriate virtual access point and access card. ]


Access control systems hardware installation

SCM-RS2 / SCM-NET2 / SCM-IP controllers
Features description
Wiring diagram
Wiring diagram for SCM-USB, SCM-RS232, SCM-FinTerminal, SCM-AdmTerminal
Wiring diagram for SCM-Ethernet

1. Connect readers to “GND”, “+12V”, “Data0”, “Data1” contacts, according to wiring diagram, and if in readers provided LEDs and sound control, additionally connect “Green LED”, “Red LED” and “Sound” contacts (active low level). If reader with Wiegand26 interface is used, “Data0” and “Data1” contacts connects to corresponding contacts of reader. If reader with DS1990 interface is used, you must connect “data1” contact to GND. DS1990 keys reader don’t need +12V connection. Reader located at entrance connects to “Entrance” contact group, reader located at exit connects to “Exit” contact group. Allowed to use different models of readers. You must locate card readers at distance more than double maximum range, it’s usually about 5-15 сm. So optimal distance between two card readers must be more than 30 cm, otherwise possible the simultaneous reading at entrance and exit as well as the reading fail. For DS1990 connection maximum wire length is 3m, in case of more distance you may connect GND and DS1990 signals at two different cables for capacity reduction. For Wiegand26 connection and more than 3 m distance required a shielded cable, maximum length 50 m. Violation of these conditions leads to card reading errors. You may use only one reader at entrance if exit performed by button and personnel exit time does not matter. Only readers with Wiegand26 or DS1990 ineterface are compatible.
2. Connect the exit button (optional) to exit button contact and GND.
3. Connect the doorphone contacts (optional) for door open to entrance button contact and GND.
4. Connect the door open sensors, gate position sensors, etc. (optional) to entrance and (or) exit sensor contact and GND.
5. Connect the fire alarm relay or emergency door open (optional) to “fire” contact.
6. Connect the door lock (optional) in series with power supply and door lock relay contacts. In case of electromagnetic lock connect door lock contacts of entrance and exit in series, in case of electromechanical lock connect this contacts in parallel. You must connect in parallel to lock the diode (FR207 or equal) cathode to +12V. Wrong polarity can lead to power supply damage. Warning: If diode not installed the lock will be source of strong electromagnetic interference that may cause malfunction of electronic devices around the door.
7. Connect the turnstile open contacts (optional) to corresponding relay contacts of entrance and exit.
8. If you use security alarm:
Connect zone 1 sensors to entrance door open contact. Connect zone 2 sensors to exit door open contact. Normally closed sensors into one zone connects in serial. Normally open sensors into one zone connects in parallel. If “use exit relay for siren” feature is on? siren connects in serial with power supply and exit relay contacts. In this case entrance relay controls lock in both directions.
9. Connect power supply to +12 and GND contacts in correct polarity. Wrong polarity can lead to power supply and (or) controller damage.
10. Communication interface connection
10.1 SCM-NET2 / SCM-IP communication interface connection
* Plug RJ-45 Ethernet connector.
10.2 SCM-RS2 communication interface connection
* Connect A, B and GND contacts of all controllers and Com port or USB interface in parallel. Maximum cable length 2 km, shielded or non-shielded cable. In case of COM port interface using, take +12V voltage from any controller. COM port interface requres COM port with +/-12V voltage integrated in PC motherboard or PCI card.
* Plug USB or DB9 connector to PC.
11. Switch on power supply units of controllers in any order.
12. Go to program settings.

SCM-AdmTerminal и SCM-FinTerminal reader interfaces installation

1. Connect readers to “GND”, “Data0”, “Data1” contacts, according to wiring diagram, only readers with Wiegand26 ineterface are compatible.
2. Connect power supply to +12 and GND contacts of reader in correct polarity. Wrong polarity can lead to power supply and (or) reader damage.
3. Plug USB connector to PC.

433,92 MHz SCM-RADIOKEY RF reader installation
Features description | Wiring diagram

Usage in access control systems:
For program registration enter and exit events you need two or more buttons on remote key. One button used to enter and another to exit, also serial number transmitted to PC is same for both buttons. It can be important for work time accounting or other features of acces control systems.
If reader is used with Wiegand26 interface, connect “GND”, “+12V”, “Data0 entrance”, “Data1 entrance”, “Data0 exit”, “Data1 exit” contacts to controller. If reader is used with DS1990 interface, “Data0 entrance” and “Data0 exit” used for DS1990 interfaces for each channel, “Data1 entrance” must be connected to GND, “Data1 entrance” not used.
Set button code switches according to the table in wiring diagram. If button code unknown, temporarily set switch #5 to “on” position. In this mode reader place button codes to 4 highest bits of code, transmitted to controller. Fix button codes using events view software and return switch to “off” position, then set button code switches according to the table.

Common recommendations:
* Install reader at highest point and centre of desired coverage area.
* Range is about 2-15 m in open area (may be different depending on interference, remote key battery discharge, existence of walls, metal objects between remote key and reader).
* Range select jumper must be set on maximum value. If necessary you may decrease range.
* Set switch #6 according to type of chip into remote key. “off” position for HCS301, “on” position for sm5162, HS1527.
* Reader receives signals of all remote keys on air and transmits it to controller. Unregistered remote keys signals accepts by controller as attempt to access with corresponding indication and event creation.

ISO-7811 to Wiegand26 or TouchMemory (DS1990) converter for magnetic card readers installation
Features description | Wiring diagram

1. If converter is used with Wiegand26 interface, connect “GND”, “+12V”, “Data0”, “Data1” contacts to controller. If converter is used with DS1990 interface, “Data0” used for DS1990 interface, “Data1” must be connected to GND.
2. Connect TX, RX and GND contacts from magstripe card reader. Supply voltage for reader can be taken from “+5V” contact of converter (not more than 50 ma) or reader power supply.

Only readers with COM port (RS232) interface are compatible. RS232 parameters: baud rate 9600, parity none, data bits 8, stop bit 1.
7 last digits of card second track number convert to 3-byte Wiegand26 code or 6-byte DS1990 code (3 highest bytes are 000000).
According to the protocol ISO 7811 the start character of the 2nd track is the “;” and the end character is “?’. If there is a “=” character, it is the end number.
Example: for code 1234567
;48454544541234567?
or
;5453454541234567=5787641215?


Software settings for ACS hardware

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Reports module, Event monitor
Services: Corporate database, Controllers service
Drivers: USB drivers
Hardware: Controllers of access control systems

General settings (by steps)
1. Add the Controllers service (for the appropriate access controller models) [ Configurator = Hardware -> Access control systems -> Controllers service ]
2.1. Install the USB drivers (usb_drivers.zip) for SCM-RS
2.2. Install the Controllers service (service_controllers.exe) and configure the settings of the required functions (need to specify the Controllers service).
3.1. Set the IP address for SCM-NET or SCM-IP controllers [ Configurator = Hardware -> Access control systems -> More Actions -> SCM-NET and SCM-IP Ethernet controllers settings ] (see below)
3.2. (or) Add subnet to USB for SCM-RS/SCM-RS2
3.3. (or) Add subnet to COM port for SCM-RS/SCM-RS2
4. Add the Controller to the Controllers service (or to the subnet of Controllers service) [ Configurator = Hardware -> Access control systems -> Controllers service -> Controllers service ]
5. Add the access point to the list of allowed access points for organization [ Configurator = Organization -> Tab “Parameters” ]
6. Add the Access schedules [ Configurator = Hardware -> Access control systems -> Access schedules ]
7. Add the Access profile [ Configurator = Organization -> Profiles -> Access profiles ]
8. Add the access point to the access profile [ Configurator = Organization -> Profiles -> Access profiles ], specify the Access schedules
9. Add the employee [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department ]
10. Add the access card for employee [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department -> Employee -> More actions -> Add access card ], select the appropriate access profile
11. Viewing and managing in real time - Event monitor, archives viewing - Reports module

Setting the IP addresses for the network controllers SCM-NET/SCM-NET2/SCM-IP.
1. Run the setting from the Configurator “Hardware -> Access control system -> More actions -> SCM-NET and SCM-IP Ethernet controllers settings” (conf_eth.exe).
2. Select the tab “Parameters setting”.
3. Next, select the “IP Assignment”.
4. In the section “Controller” specify the current IP address of the controller and port (default 192.168.0.127:5000).
5. Specify below the desired IP address of the controller.
6. Click on the “Execute” button.


Video surveillance system

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Event monitor, Reports module
Services: Corporate database, Videoserver
Hardware: CCTV cameras (IP) and/or Web cameras (USB) and/or Analog CCTV cameras (TV tuner, Frame Grabbers)

General settings (by steps)
1. Add the Videoserver (required to specify the IP address) [ Configurator = Hardware -> Video recording ]
2. Install the Videoserver service (setup_service_video.exe) and configure the settings of the required functions (you need to specify the Videoserver).
3. Add the cameras [ Configurator = Hardware -> Video recording -> Videoserver -> Tab “Video cameras” ] (you need to specify the organization)
4. Restart the Videoserver service
5. Viewing - Event monitor, viewing archives - Reports module

Path to the directory contains Videoserver files: {directory, where you installed the Komendant software}\komendant.pro\service_video\video\


Photofixation (Videofixation)

Photofixation

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Event monitor, Reports module
Services: Corporate database, Controllers service
Hardware: CCTV cameras (IP) and/or Web cameras (USB) and/or Analog CCTV cameras (TV tuner, Frame Grabbers)
Important notice: Photofixation available only when running Event monitor

General settings (by steps)
1. Configure the Access control system [ manual: cat. 05 ] or External devices control [ manual: cat. 08 ]
2. Connect and configure the cameras [ Event monitor = File -> Events monitor settings -> Tab “Access control systems” or “External devices control” ] -> Select the Access point (or hardware) -> In the “Image source” select the camera.
3. Viewing - Event monitor, viewing archives - Reports module

Videofixation

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Reports module
Services: Corporate database, Controllers service, Videoserver
Hardware: CCTV cameras (IP) and/or Web cameras (USB) and/or Analog CCTV cameras (TV tuner, Frame Grabbers)

General settings (by steps)
1. Configure the access control system [ manual: cat. 05 ] or External devices control [ manual: cat. 08 ]
2. Configure the Video surveillance system [ manual: cat. 06 page 01 ]
3. Specify the cameras in the controllers settings [ Configurator = Hardware -> Access control systems (or External devices control) -> Controllers service -> ... -> Access point (or hardware) -> Tab “Video cameras” ]
4. Archives viewing - Reports module


Audio surveillance and phone recording system

Hardware

ACS-USB v.1.0 audio surveillance adapters installation

ACS-USB adapter features description | Wiring diagram

Hardware installation
1. Connect telephone lines (optional) to “line” contacts of cannels 1, 2 and 3.
2. Connect microphones (optional) to “mic +” and GND in correct polarity.
Each channel can be used for telephone line or microphone (not simultaneously).
3. Select by jumper of corresponding channel telephone line or microphone depending of used source.
If you use microphone without integrated amplifier install gain jumper, if microphone has integrated amplifier remove gain jumper of corresponding channel.
4. Plug USB connector to PC.
5. Go to program settings.

Software

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Reports module
Services: Corporate database, PBX service, Audioserver
Codecs: MP3 Codec
Drivers: USB drivers
Hardware: PBX, microphone

General settings (by steps)
1. Configure the call accounting for PBX (PBX billing) [ manual: cat. 07, page 01 ]
2. Add the Audioserver (required specify the IP address) [ Configurator = Hardware -> Audio recording ]
3. Install the LAME ACM MP3 Codec (lameACM.zip)
4. Install the USB drivers (usb_drivers.zip)
5. Install the Audioserver (setup_service_audio.exe) and configure the settings of the required functions (you need to specify the Audioserver).
6. Add the Audio recorder (address specified on the ACS-USB adapter board) and configure the Line [ Configurator = Hardware -> Audio recording -> Audioserver ]
7. Restart the Audioserver service
8. Archives viewing - Reports module


Call accounting for PBX (PBX billing)

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Reports module
Services: Corporate database, PBX service
Hardware: PBX

General settings (by steps)
1. Add the PBX service [ Configurator = Hardware -> PBX -> PBX services ]
2. Install the PBX service (service_pbx.exe) and configure the settings of the required functions (you need to specify the PBX service).
3. Add the PBX log parsing template [ Configurator = Hardware -> PBX -> PBX log parsing templates ] and log parsing rules
4. Add the Tariff plan [ Configurator = Hardware -> PBX -> Tariff plans ]
5. Add the PBX in the PBX service [ Configurator = Hardware -> PBX -> PBX services ], select the appropriate Tariff plan and PBX log parsing template, add the lines (CO&EXT;)
6. Add the employee [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department ], specify the PBX EXT lines of employee
7. Archives viewing - Reports module

Log parsing rules

Parameters setting for log files parsing.
1. In the line of log parsing, select the range of symbols.
2. In the parameter click the button “>”.

Rules setting for log files parsing.
1. Specify line parsing of the log.
2. Specify the main condition.
3. If necessary, specify the additional condition log parsing.
4. Specify additional parameters that you want to extract from the line (date, time, etc.)

Order processing rules.
The rules are processed sequentially in the order in which are specified. If the log line satisfies to the rule then processing stops.

Tariff plans.

Setting the cost of calls.

1. Select “Tariff plan” [Hardware -> PBX -> Tariff plans].
2. Tab “Tariffs”.
3.1. “Add"/"Edit" - setting the cost of incoming and outgoing calls.
3.2. “Cost setting” - setting the cost for zones, cities codes and DEF-codes.

Assigning the tariff plan for the calculation of the cost of calls.

1. Select “PBX” [Hardware -> PBX -> PBX service].
2. Tab “Log parsing and call accounting”.
2.1. In the field “Tariff plan” select the tariff plan (tariff plan by default for PBX).
2.2. In the national and international prefixes list appoint the default tariff plan for the prefixes.
3. Tab “CO lines”.
3.1. Edit CO line (CO line settings window).
3.2. On the tab “Parameters” appoint the default tariff plan for the CO line.
3.3. On the tab “Prefixes list” appoint the national and international prefixes with the tariff plans for the CO line.

Priority of the use of the tariff plan for the calculation of the cost of calls.

If the tariff plan is missing, then used the next tariff plan.

1. PBX -> CO line -> Prefix -> Tariff plan.
2. PBX -> CO line -> Tariff plan.
3. PBX -> Tariff plan.


Password handling for access control system

To only software level
Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Reports module, Event monitor
Services: Corporate database, PBX service, Controllers service
Hardware: PBX, Controllers of access control systems

General settings (by steps)
1. Configure the access control systems [ manual: cat. 05 ]
2. Configure the call accounting for PBX (PBX billing) [ manual: cat. 07, page 01 ]
3. Add the log parsing rule to the PBX log parsing template for the password handling [ In the function “Pass creation for ACS” - Create rules for password, select the appropriate access point and access card. ]

Combined mode (Hardware-software)
Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Reports module, Event monitor
Services: Corporate database, PBX service, Controllers service
Hardware: PBX, Controllers of access control systems, Converter of DTMF dialing to wiegand26 or TouchMemory (DS1990)

DTMF dialing to в wiegand26 / TouchMemory converter SCM-DTMF installation
Features description | Wiring diagram

1. Configure the access control system [ manual: cat. 05 ]
2. If reader is used with Wiegand26 interface, connect “GND”, “+12V”, “Data0”, “Data1” contacts to controller. If reader is used with DS1990 interface, “Data0” used for DS1990 interface, “Data1” must be connected to GND.
3. Connect telephone line to line0 and line1 contacts.
4. Connect phone to app0 and app1 contacts.
5. Install jumper if you want to deny access code dialing from phone.
6. How to use:
After connection establishment dial *, 1 - 7 digits code, #. Dialed code transmits to controller, missing to 7 digits, will be added zeros. For example: code *12# converts to 0000012.


Industrial automation system hardware installation

SCM-RS2(PLC) / SCM-NET2(PLC) / SCM-IP(PLC) controllers
Features description
Wiring diagram
Wiring diagram for SCM-USB, SCM-RS232, SCM-FinTerminal, SCM-AdmTerminal
Wiring diagram for SCM-Ethernet

1. Connect readers to “GND”, “+12V”, “Data0”, “Data1” contacts, according to wiring diagram, and if in readers provided LEDs and sound control, additionally connect “Green LED”, “Red LED” and “Sound” contacts (active low level). If reader with Wiegand26 interface is used, “Data0” and “Data1” contacts connects to corresponding contacts of reader. If reader with DS1990 interface is used, you must connect “data1” contact to GND. DS1990 keys reader don’t need +12V connection. Allowed to use different models of readers. You must locate card readers at distance more than double maximum range, it’s usually about 5-15 сm. So optimal distance between two card readers must be more than 30 cm, otherwise possible the simultaneous reading or reading fail. For DS1990 connection maximum wire length is 3m, in case of more distance you may connect GND and DS1990 signals at two different cables for capacity reduction. For Wiegand26 connection and more than 3 m distance required a shielded cable, maximum length 50 m. Violation of these conditions leads to card reading errors. Only readers with Wiegand26 or DS1990 ineterface are compatible.
2. Connect state sensors (optional) to state sensors contacts and GND.
3. Connect relay contacts to device control circuit. Maximum switching voltage 30V, maximum switching current 2A. For more values you must use external relay with required parameters. You must connect in parallel to relay coil the diode (FR207 or equal) cathode to “+” of power supply. Wrong polarity can lead to power supply damage.
4. Connect power supply to +12 and GND contacts in correct polarity. Wrong polarity can lead to power supply and (or) controller damage.
5. Communication interface connection
5.1. SCM-NET2 / SCM-IP communication interface connection
* Plug RJ-45 Ethernet connector.
5.2. SCM-RS2 communication interface connection
* Connect A, B and GND contacts of all controllers and Com port or USB interface in parallel. Maximum cable length 2 km, shielded or non-shielded cable. In case of COM port interface using, take +12V voltage from any controller. COM port interface requres COM port with +/-12V voltage integrated in PC motherboard or PCI card.
* Plug USB or DB9 connector to PC.
6. Switch on power supply units of controllers in any order.
7. Go to program settings.

SCM-AdmTerminal и SCM-FinTerminal reader interfaces installation
1. Connect readers to “GND”, “Data0”, “Data1” contacts, according to wiring diagram, only readers with Wiegand26 ineterface are compatible.
2. Connect power supply to +12 and GND contacts of reader in correct polarity. Wrong polarity can lead to power supply and (or) reader damage.
3. Plug USB connector to PC.

433,92 MHz SCM-RADIOKEY RF reader installation
Features description | Wiring diagram

Usage for two devices remote control:
For two devices control you need two or more buttons on remote key. One button controls first controller relay, another button controls second relay, also serial number transmitted to PC is same for both buttons.
If reader is used with Wiegand26 interface, connect “GND”, “+12V”, “Data0 entrance”, “Data1 entrance”, “Data0 exit”, “Data1 exit” contacts to controller. If reader is used with DS1990 interface, “Data0 entrance” and “Data0 exit” used for DS1990 interfaces for each channel, “Data1 entrance” must be connected to GND, “Data1 entrance” not used.
Set button code switches according to the table in wiring diagram. If button code unknown, temporarily set switch #5 to “on” position. In this mode reader place button codes to 4 highest bits of code, transmitted to controller. Fix button codes using events view software and return switch to “off” position, then set button code switches according to the table.

Common recommendations:
* Install reader at highest point and centre of desired coverage area.
* Range is about 2-15 m in open area (may be different depending on interference, remote key battery discharge, existence of walls, metal objects between remote key and reader).
* Range select jumper must be set on maximum value. If necessary you may decrease range.
* Set switch #6 according to type of chip into remote key. “off” position for HCS301, “on” position for sm5162, HS1527.
* Reader receives signals of all remote keys on air and transmits it to controller. Unregistered remote keys signals accepts by controller as attempt to control with corresponding indication and event creation.

ISO-7811 to Wiegand26 or TouchMemory (DS1990) converter for magnetic card readers installation
Features description | Wiring diagram

1. If converter is used with Wiegand26 interface, connect “GND”, “+12V”, “Data0”, “Data1” contacts to controller. If converter is used with DS1990 interface, “Data0” used for DS1990 interface, “Data1” must be connected to GND.
2. Connect TX, RX and GND contacts from magstripe card reader. Supply voltage for reader сфт be takeт from “+5V” contact of converter (not more than 50 ma) or reader power supply.

Only readers with COM port (RS232) interface are compatible. RS232 parameters: baud rate 9600, parity none, data bits 8, stop bit 1.
7 last digits of card second track number convert to 3-byte Wiegand26 code or 6-byte DS1990 code (3 highest bytes are 000000).
According to the protocol ISO 7811 the start character of the 2nd track is the “;” and the end character is “?’. If there is a “=” character, it is the end number.
Example: for code 1234567
;48454544541234567?
or
;5453454541234567=5787641215?


Software settings for automation сontrollers

Used modules
Applications: Configurator, Reports module, Event monitor
Services: Corporate database, Controllers service
Drivers: USB drivers
Hardware: Controllers for technological process automation

General settings (by steps)
1. Add the Controllers service (for the appropriate access controller models) [ Configurator = Hardware -> External devices control -> Controllers service ]
2.1. Install the USB drivers (usb_drivers.zip) for SCM-RS
2.2. Install the Controllers service (service_controllers.exe) and configure the settings of the required functions (you need to specify the Controllers service).
3.1. Setting the IP address for SCM-NET(PLC) or SCM-IP(PLC) controllers [ Configurator = Hardware -> External devices control -> More Actions -> SCM-NET(PLC) and SCM-IP Ethernet(PLC) controllers settings ] (see below)
3.2. (or) Add subnet to USB for SCM-RS(PLC)/SCM-RS2(PLC)
3.3. (or) Add subnet to COM port for SCM-RS(PLC)/SCM-RS2(PLC)
4. Add the Controller to the Controllers service (or to the subnet of Controllers service) [ Configurator = Hardware -> External devices control -> Controllers service -> Controllers service ], specify the access rights for organization
5. Add the External devices control schedules [ Configurator = Hardware -> External devices control -> External devices control schedules ]
6. Add the Schedules of operation time accounting [ Configurator = Hardware -> External devices control -> Schedules of operation time accounting ]
7. Add the External devices control profiles [ Configurator = Hardware -> External devices control -> External devices control profiles ]
8. Add the employee [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department ]
9. Add the access card for employee [ Configurator = Organization -> Staff management -> Staff -> Subdivision -> Department -> Employee -> More actions -> Add access card ], select the appropriate External devices control profiles
10. Viewing and managing in real time - Event monitor, archives viewing - Reports module

Setting the IP addresses for the network controllers SCM-NET(PLC)/SCM-NET2(PLC)/SCM-IP(PLC).
1. Run the setting from the Configurator “Hardware -> External devices control -> More actions -> SCM-NET(PLC) and SCM-IP(PLC) Ethernet controllers settings” (conf_eth.exe).
2. Select the tab “Parameters setting”.
3. Next, select the “IP Assignment”.
4. In the section “Controller” specify the current IP address of the controller and port (default 192.168.0.127:5000).
5. Specify below the desired IP address of the controller.
6. Click on the “Execute” button.

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