M-Kadex & K-Kadex Anti Passback Setup

Tuesday, May 18, 2021 TimeTec 0 Comments

Anti-passback is a security system feature that is primarily used to prevent users from passing their credentials (such as access cards) back for another user to borrow and to stop users from entering an area by simply following or tailgating another user.   
For this article, we will guide you on the anti-passback setup for model m-Kadex and k-Kadex.

    - M-Kadex (Master)
    - K-Kadex (Slave)
    - Power Supply 12VDC
    - Electromagnetic lock (EM Lock)
    - Ingress/TCMS V3 software

Wiring Diagram

    -Please refer to the diagram above for the Master-Slave connection.
    -Connect the master reader to the server or PC using TCP/IP port.
    -Connect with Ingress/TCMS V3 software.
    -At the software, select DEVICE -> select device -> Access Control -> Edit -> Select Anti-        Passback Option.

    - Save and synchronize.
How does it work?
    -When a user accessed the Master device (IN door), you can see ‘Access Denied’ sign             appeared when the user tries to enter at the same door again. 

    -You can only access the Master device again when you leave the area or access the Slave     device (OUT/exit door)

Note: If some of the screenshots or steps viewed here are different from the ones in the current system, this is due to our continuous effort to improve our system from time to time. Please notify us at info@fingertec.com, we will update it as soon as possible.


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