Ingressus IV and slave devices

Tuesday, September 09, 2014 FingerTec 2 Comments


Ingressus IV is FingerTec’s latest advance access controller which supports access control up to 4-doors. In short, Ingressus IV can be described as a 4-In door controller. A total of 4 Wiegand input ports is available in Ingressus IV.

It links up with 4 units of 26-bits Wiegand readers (iKadex or kKadex) to capture card ID or password details as access credentials. The role of each Wiegand reader is to control their designated door to limit the “in” access. Thus, there must be a push release button (some called it REX, request exit button) installed inside to unlock the door and exit the zone that it was assigned under.


Through the implementation of this system, users will only need to verify their credentials once when coming into a zone and they are free to leave from a different zone so long as an anti-passback isn’t in place. Hence, we called it the 4-In doors controller. The reason why it is labelled as such is because of the connection between the In and Out devices:

In device
Out device
Apply to
kKadex/iKadex
Push release button
1
kKadex/iKadex
Push release button
2
kKadex/iKadex
Push release button
3
kKadex/iKadex
Push release button
4

However, do note that advance access control features such as anti-passback, interlocking, multi users unlock and unlock combination will still take effect in Ingressus IV.

In order to unleash the full power of Ingressus and control In-Out access at all 4 doors, you can link up with 8-units of RS 485 reader (R2c). Each door will be secured by 2 units of R2c and this will limit all the in-out activities.
 
The slave fingerprint scanner is capable of capturing fingerprints and card details as access credentials for its master, the Ingressus, to verify. The R2c communicates with Ingressus via the RS485 network. Each R2c comes with a “dip-switch” to identify its ID number, ranging from 1 to 8. The connection between each ID and door are as below:
 


The ID of R2c for In

The ID of R2c for Out

Apply to

1

2

1

3

4

2

5

6

3

7

8

4
 
In the case of budget or special requirements, you may mix and match the slave devices with R2c, kKadex, iKadex and push release button to secure the doors. For example:
 


In device

Out device

Apply to

kKadex/iKadex

Push release button

1

R2c (ID 3)

R2c (ID 4)

2

kKadex/iKadex

Push release button

3

R2c (ID 7)

R2c (ID 8)

4
 
Kindly ensure that you set the correct “dip-switch” at R2c so that Ingressus can identify its position.



 

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