With our latest integration to OnGuard from Lenel, Traka gives you seamless day-to-day operation of our key and asset management solutions. Administrators can now automatically enroll OnGuard users into the Traka database, assign user Access Levels for access to Traka cabinets and lockers, and receive Traka events and alarms back into OnGuard for centralized control. For integrated enterprise-level organizations, our OnGuard integration gives you the regionalization necessary for effective and efficient management, without adding any burden to your global, top-level security administration. Traka puts total control right where you need it, giving your keys and assets the potential to help drive your most critical processes. Organizations can now extend their access control functionality by directly tying cardholder identities to any number of physical assets, like keys, devices and vehicles.
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They provide the voice of security. Where this does not cause any confusion, the only reference will be made to the ICX. ICX software has been upgraded to version 1. All database information will still be present.
In the above screenshot, it has been defined with the name but any meaningful name can be given. Ringing Group In order to have the full benefit of the integration between ICX and OnGuard, operator stations should be placed in a ringing group. This should be done even if there is only a single operator station.
There are 10 predefined ringing groups, with group numbers and default directory numbers If required, more ringing groups can be added as ICX handles up to groups. The screenshot shows 2 operator stations in the ringing group with default directory number Remote stations calling these operators must call For ICX, this can be done by pressing digit 6.
Normally this will operate a relay directly but, in this case, OnGuard needs to be notified, after which OnGuard can take the action to open the door.
The event below is an example of how this can be done. The door intercom has directory number 34 and there is a conversation with an operator. When digit 6 is pressed, the event sends the directory number and code to OnGuard.
Within OnGuard, must be defined as an Intercom function. OnGuard will automatically add intercom functions if they are used in the system but have not been defined. Such function will be shown as Unknown Value: xxx, where xxx is the directory number of the OnGuard unknown function. Alarm Monitoring Configuration In order to show the directory numbers of both stations in a conversation, make sure that the column Intercom Station Called is shown.
System Status tree During normal operation, all intercom devices configured in OnGuard System Administration should appear in the Alarm Monitoring System status tree as online no red or yellow x. Users will have the ability to execute the following commands intercom right-click options : Place Call: Displays a dialog box where you can enter the station number you are calling to. Cancel Call: Cancels the intercom call. Executing a command Main Alarm Monitor In the Main Alarm Monitor screen, the following messages are displayed related to intercom station status changes: Call Queued: Queuing station Call Established: Originating station and called station Call Disconnected: Originating station and called station Call to a Private Subscriber: Originating station and called station Call to a Busy Subscriber: Originating station and called station Intercom Function with the defined intercom function Main Alarm Monitor screen In general, it is possible for OnGuard to trigger any feature that AlphaCom supports over features are available as standard , while AlphaCom can send information to OnGuard on any event inside the AlphaCom.
These are known as intercom functions. Through the use of the Intercom Function, it is possible to define a specific message for every function in the AlphaCom. OnGuard Maps All intercom devices that exist in OnGuard Alarm Monitoring can effectively be placed on a map where they can be monitored. Place intercom devices on a map For more information on associating devices with maps, refer to the MapDesigner User Guide from Lenel. This state is shown when there is no data communication at all between OnGuard and AlphaCom, and all station icons will show the Offline state.
Communication between OnGuard and intercom will be lost during this time. In the OnGuard Alarm Monitoring system tree, the status of the station at the time when communication was lost will be displayed and remain so next to the intercom station until Alarm Monitoring is restarted.
For example, during a call from intercom master station to Substation , when a function number example: 6 that was not configured is entered, the intercom system will display as offline in Alarm Monitoring. When this situation occurs where Communications Lost is displayed in Alarm Monitoring, it is an indication that the ICX is misconfigured and should be reconfigured.
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