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Touch the System user tab to display the list of employees to select from. Touch the name of the employee you want to make the keycard for. All of the information on the left side of the screen will be filled in for you, except the User Group.

Touch the User group window and select a User group from the list that appears on the right of the screen. Touch the Encode button and you will be prompted to insert the keycard for encoding. If the User Group has access to any locks with keypad, the pin code will be the same as the four digit logon password If six digits are used for password,the four last digits will be used for the pin code.

For security reasons the pin code will not be displayed. After the keycard is encoded, you will be returned to the Employee Keycards menu screen. The New tab will already be selected. Touch the Keyboard button that appears after the Employee Id. For more information on using the Keyboard, refer to the How to Use the On-screen Keyboard illustration following these instructions. If any of the rooms this User Group has access to has a Classic Pin lock, a pin code needs to be generated.

Click on the padlock symbol, and press NEW Pin to generate a pin code. If the User Group has access to any locks with keypads, a four digit pin code will also be generated and displayed when prompted. The Employee Keycards and System Users modules share the same employee list.

Therefore, you only have to use Add New to enter the employee information once and then can select it from the other module. The old employee keycard will not be invalidated by the new keycard, so use this only after you destroy the old employee keycard.

The old expiration date is unaffected. Replace this keycard and cancel old to prevent the lost employee keycard from opening doors. You will not have to replace other keycards in the same user group.

To invalidate the old lost keycard in the locks, you must either use the new card in all accessible locks or reload data to LockLink, then use LockLink to update all accessible locks. This will advise the easiest method to replace each expiring card. The Report recommends and action for each card: When this date is approaching you will need to select Replace then Replace all keycards in user group.

When this date is approaching but the User Group is not due to expire, you can select Change and then extend the End Time for a single employee. If you do a Replace: How to Replace all cards in a User Group 1. Press Replace and select Replace all keycards in user group 2. A message will appear listing all of the User Groups that you will also need to Replace keycards for. Press Yes and you will be prompted to insert a keycard for encoding.

You can insert any keycard. An updated keycard will be made with the same duration start time to end time as the old card. After the new keycard is made, you will see a message indicating that the card was successfully replaced.

Touch OK and you will be back to the Employee Keycards menu screen. Select the next affected employee from the list and select replace. Insert the keycard when prompted. Repeat for all affected employees.

Once any of the new employee keycards is used in an individual lock, none of the old keycards will open the lock. Press Replace and select Replace this keycard and cancel old. Touch OK and you will be prompted to insert a keycard for encoding Each lock has a limit on the number of individually replaced keycards it can manage. If this limit is reached for one or more locks in the User Group of the employee you are replacing you will see a message: To free up space, replace all cards in this group, or a group that has many individual replacements and accesses similar doors.

The replaced employee report in the reports module can help you see which User Groups are currently consuming the system capacity for individually replaced cards. The new keycard contains information about the old lost card. Once the new keycard is used in an individual lock, the lock reads this information and ensures that the old lost keycard will not open the lock.

To ensure that the old lost keycard is not used, you should use the new keycard in ALL locks that the employee has access to. All other employee cards will continue to work as normal.

Whenever you use the Change option and touch Save without making any changes to the employee information, you will be asked to insert a new keycard for encoding.

The result is a new employee keycard exactly the same as the old keycard, including the expiration date. Even if the old keycard does not seem to work in any locks, it is possible that the fault tolerance will vary slightly between locks.

For security purposes, you should destroy it before using the Change option to make a new one. Touch the name of the employee you want to make a new keycard for. Touch Change to display the Change employee screen. Do not make any changes. Touch the Save button and insert a keycard for encoding. An existing employee keycard that is damaged should be destroyed as it may still open some locks.

You can also change user group, thus giving the employee access to a different set of doors. This will not involve changing any other cards or reprogramming any doors. If the User Group accesses only 4. This feature allows, for example, extending cards for short term staff in small increments without affecting any other employees. If the user group accesses any 9V locks, the end time is fixed at the defined value for all cards in the User Group. The old keycard is not invalidated by the new keycard and even a damaged keycard may still open some locks.

So, for security purposes, you should destroy the old keycard or recode the existing card. Touch the name of the employee you want to Change information for. Touch Change to display the Change Employee screen. Touch the Keyboard button that appears after the item you want to change Employee Id.

If you want to change the User Group, touch the User group window and select from the list that appears on the right of the screen. When you have finished with this screen, touch Save.

Insert a new card if prompted if you only change name, no new card is made. If this employee has been added to the System Users module, it will be updated by any changes you make to name or employee ID.

You should use remove when an employee stops working at a property and has turned in their keycard confirmed by the verify function. If a leaving employee does not hand in their keycard when quitting, you can invalidate their card either by: See Special Cards module for help on void list.

The advantage of void list cards is that many employees can be denied access to locks in one go. Read the following information before using Remove. You need to take them off of the Void-list prior to using Remove. After using Remove, you can no longer use Verify to view the information on their employee keycard. Therefore, it is not recommended that you use Remove unless you have first used Verify to determine that the correct employee keycard has been turned in.

If they do not turn in their employee keycard, or if the employee keycard was damaged and cannot be read, it is not recommended that you Remove them. After using Remove, if you interrogate a lock to determine what keycards were used on it, the User Group and Keycard Type will be shown but the employee name is not guaranteed to be shown.

The old employee information will be retained for a period of time. The higher the turnover in employees, the lower the retention time. So, even a property with a staff of and a turnover of 20 employees a day would retain the information for days. If this employee has System Access, they will also be removed from the System Users module. If the employee in on a Void-list, remove them from it.

See the Special Keycards module Help for instructions. Touch the name of the employee you want to Remove. A message will appear asking you to confirm the deletion.

You will be returned to the Employee Keycards menu screen. If you attempt to use the Employee Keycards module to verify a blank keycard, a keycard made from a different module, or a keycard from a different hotel, an error message will be displayed. You will be prompted to insert the employee keycard.

Select either mag strip or Smart Card as appropriate. To view extended card history information, use the More Data button. Touch the Back button to return to the Employee Keycards screen. To print a list of all employees, refer to the Reports module. If an employee has been issued a keycard and you have it in your possession, you can use Verify to view the information, including Extended Card History information. You can move and resize the displayed columns. Touch Change to see more detail.

You can use the Reports module to print reports on the employee information. For example, to allow a repairman or a bellboy access to a guest room. This module can also be used to check employees into a room or cruise ship cabin. Like guest keycards, the Employee Rooms keycards may include access to other Common Doors. You can use the Employee Rooms module to perform any of these tasks: Using an Employee Rooms keycard will invalidate any older Employee Rooms keycards for the room.

However, it will not invalidate guest room keycards. Task Make Employee Rooms keycard 1. Beginning from the New Empl. Touch the Name tab and enter employee name. Touch the More rooms tab and enter room numbers, if making a keycard valid for more than one room 5. Change Common Door options if required 7. Select Name tab and enter employee name if required 8.

Touch the More rooms tab and enter room numbers, if making a keycard valid for more than one room 9. Choose Make new if a popup appears indicating room is occupied Adding extra cards for a room 1.

Replace Employee Rooms keycard 1. One-shot Keycards if available in the system 1. The keycard will unlock the room or rooms you selected when making the keycard. Therefore, some of these options will vary depending on the decisions your hotel made: Different User Groups have different access. In addition to selecting a User Group, you must always make a selection from the Keycard Type list whenever you make an Employee Rooms keycard.

This list is displayed from the button on the right of the room number. Common Doors — In addition to access controlled by User Group and Keycard Type, you can optionally give an employee access to additional doors and locks, or give the employee Deadbolt Override access. These additional options are set up by your hotel.

This list is displayed from the Common Doors button and is same list that appears when making Guest Keycards. If the New Empl. Use the number pad on the right side of the screen to enter a Room number. If the keycard should be valid for more rooms, touch the More rooms tab, and enter up to two additional room numbers. If you want to enter the employee name on the card, touch the Name tab, and enter the first and last name of the employee. A to Z characters in room numbers — The number pad does not include alpha characters, so if your hotel has room numbers such as S, be sure to select the room number from the main Empl.

Room Cards screen before touching the New empl. Checking Employees into Occupied rooms — Most hotels will want to be able to assign Guest Keycards and Employee Rooms Keycards to the same room so that repairs, etc. However, if you use the Employee Rooms module to check employees into rooms, check that the room is not already assigned to a guest. Touch the Keycard Type button to the right of the room number and select from the list. Each hotel creates their own Keycard Type list.

You must select from this list whenever you make an Employee Rooms keycard — unless you only have one type of Employee Rooms keycard defined. To select a User Group, touch the displayed User Group and then select the correct User Group from the list that appears on the right. When the new employee uses their keycard on the room, the previous room keycard will no longer open the room door. If there are, you will see a message indicating the room is still occupied.

You will be prompted to insert the number of keycards required. This is not a card available in the system by default, but needs to be configured during setup. One-Shot keycards allow access to a room for things such as flower delivery. You could also make one for a guest if they accidentally locked their guest keycard in their room. This would allow them to retrieve their room keycard without invalidating it. If the Escape Return key locking scheme is selected see Setup manual for details a one shot card can only open a door, but not re-lock it.

How to Make a One-shot Keycard The only difference between making a One-shot keycard and any other Employee Rooms keycard, is that you need to select the User Group and Keycard Type item that your hotel set up for this. For greater control, you can also add more employees to a room after encoding the first keycard. This way you can add employees at a later time compared with the original card issue and make cards with different settings.

Added keycards differ from Replaced keycards and New keycards, in that they do not disable any existing Employee Rooms keycards for the room. For security purposes, if a keycard is lost or stolen, you should always Replace the keycard not Add one.

If the keycard should be valid for more rooms, touch the More rooms tab, and enter up to two additional room numbers four for Smart Cards. Change any settings you wish to be different for this employee compared to the employee s already in the room. You will be prompted to insert a keycard.

For security purposes, if a keycard is lost or stolen, you should always Replace the keycard rather than adding a new card. If there are any roommates and you Replace a keycard, you will NOT need to make new Duplicate keycards for the roommates. How to Replace a Lost or Stolen keycard For security purposes, you need to Replace lost or stolen keycards, rather than making Adding new cards to a room. Touch Back to display the Empl. Room Cards menu screen. Card to display the Replace Empl.

You will have to re-issue roommates cards New Empl. How to Change an Employee Rooms Keycard Although you can use Change to change anything on an Employee Rooms keycard, normally it is used to extend the expiration date. For example, some cruise ships will not be able to verify whether the employee has quit their room unless they use the Remove Employee Card option. If a list of cards is shown, select the card you want to remove refer to dates, name tab etc.

To check out the whole list, repeatedly press Remove then Back then Remove empl. Touch the Remove button. If you attempt to use the Employee Rooms module to verify a blank keycard, a damaged keycard, a keycard made from a different module, or a keycard from a different hotel, an error message will be displayed. How to Verify the Information on an Employee Room Keycard Displaying information about an Employee Rooms keycard is helpful if an employee forgets his room number or a keycard is found.

To read another employee room keycard, touch Verify and insert the next keycard. Keycard that locks out an entire Guest User Group from a lock. Use this to …. Check in guests, even if the computer goes down. Tell a lock to allow a Fail-safe keycard to be used. Must be used prior to using a Fail-safe keycard. Prevent guests from returning to a room between the time they check out and the time their keycard expires.

Undo Lock-out keycards reverse the action. Void-list Keycard that invalidates up to 5 employee keycards for any lock it is used in. Prevent specific employees access to locks. Exclude up to 20 employees by using more than one Void-list keycard. Keycard how many keycards per individual check in 4.

Choose a User Group 5. Make cards as prompted. Repeat to make enough sets for all rooms of hotel. Use with Fail-safe Programming keycard now, at each door.

Give to guests as they check in. Enter 1 for No. Enter 1 for Copies pr. Repeat to make enough keycards for all rooms of hotel. When guest checks in, go to door and use with Fail-safe Programming keycard. Choose Yes or No for Override option 4. See Sequential or Random Fail-safe keycard instructions. Choose Yes or No for Override option 3. Use Add to select from Voided or Not voided list 4.

Any employees listed on this keycard will no longer be able to open the lock. Select an employee to assign the keycard to 3.

Insert keycard in lock. Any keycards with the User Groups listed on the Lockout keycard will no longer be able to open the lock. Insert in a lock. The next time the door is opened with a valid keycard it will remain unlocked until a valid keycard is used again to lock it. Insert in the lock again. The door reverts to normal behaviour — the next time the door is opened with a valid keycard it will NOT remain unlocked. You should always keep the Fail-safe keycards available, so if for any reason the computer is not working guests can still be issued with working keycards.

Before a Fail-safe keycard can be used as a valid guest keycard, another special keycard called a Programming Failsafe keycard must first be used on the lock. There are two methods of implementing Fail-safe keycards: At the actual time a guest checks in, you will need to use a Fail-safe Programming keycard and then a Fail-safe keycard on the door before giving the Fail-safe keycard to a guest.

Using this method, you activate each door with the Failsafe Programming keycard and then a Fail-safe keycard just after making the cards. After that, the Fail-safe cards are ready to issue to guests if the computer system ever goes down.

You do not have to use the Fail-safe Programming keycard at the time of check in. Advantages Random method Fast to create. No need for individually labelled sets of cards for each room: Fail-safe keycards, you may quickly run out.

If you need to make Fail-safe keycards as guests arrive, the front desk staff have to learn how not the case with pre-made stacks. Fail-safe Programming keycards need to be in circulation at check-in time. Maybe many copies to cope with demand. These can be used to open any lock. Sequential method Check in is easier — just hand the guest their room key s , picked from the specific Fail-safe card stack for their room.

You will have enough Fail-safe keycards as they are pre-made for each specific room. Once the Fail-safe Programming keycard has been used it can be securely stored away as it is not needed at check in time. Takes a little longer for initial set up as you will need to go to each room with the Fail-safe Programming keycard to activate the Fail-safe keycard stack for the room.

You will need a clear system to label and group the Fail-safe cards for each specific room. Unlike all other types of keycards, Random and Sequential Fail-safe keycards do not expire after 2 years. About Fail-safe Programming keycards Fail-safe Programming keycards instruct a lock to allow Fail-safe keycards to be used as guest keycards.

They are always used as the first part of a two-step process, with Fail-safe keycards. First, the Fail-safe Programming keycard is inserted to tell the lock to allow a Fail-safe keycard to work. Then a Fail-safe keycard is inserted. If you are using Random Fail-safe keycards, you will not use the Fail-safe Programming keycard until you check in guests.

If you are using Sequential Fail-safe keycards, you will use the Fail-safe Programming keycard on each room at the time the Sequential Fail-safe keycards are made, so that in the event of a crisis, guests can be checked in without any unwelcome last minute effort. You should always keep the Programming Fail-safe keycard available in the event that the computer is down.

Anyone with a valid Fail-safe keycard and the Programming Fail-safe keycard potentially could gain access to any door, so be certain to store the Fail-safe Programming keycard in a secure place. Always make a new Programming Fail-safe keycard before the old one expires. How to Make Fail-safe Programming keycards 1. Touch the Programming tab to display the Fail-safe Programming screen. The expiration date of the Fail-safe keycards will be displayed. Choose Yes if this is the first Fail-safe Programming keycard for the system, or if you need make new Fail-safe cards and the expiry date is approaching.

Also choose Yes if you have lost the original Fail-safe Programming keycard. Choose No if you want to make a duplicate Fail-safe Programming keycard — for example so that 2 people can share the task of setting up rooms for sequential Fail-safe cards.

If you choose Yes, any currently valid Fail-safe Programming keycards will not function in the locks after the newer Fail-safe Programming keycard is used on them. The new keycard will be valid for 2 years from the time it was made. If you choose No, a copy of the newest version of the Fail-safe Programming keycard will be made.

Touch Encode When prompted, insert a keycard into the encoder. Notice that the expiration date on the left side of the screen is updated if you chose Yes in Step 3. Programming Fail-safe keycards should be stored in a safe place as they can be used in conjunction with Sequential or Random Fail-safe keycards to unlock virtually any door. How to make Random Fail-safe keycards 1.

Leave the Copies pr. Keycard set to one. Touch the current setting for User group and then select the User group that you want to make keycards for. Touch the Encode button. Insert a keycard into the encoder.

You will be returned to the Fail-safe screen. Repeat Step 5 for each guest room in the hotel. For example, if your hotel has rooms it is sensible to make at least Fail-safe cards.

Store the pile of Fail-safe cards somewhere accessible. When a guest checks into the hotel, go to their door and insert a Fail-safe Programming keycard and then any one of the Random Fail-safe keycards.

You can then give the Fail-safe keycard to the guest. Room numbers for Fail-safe keycards are not assigned to the keycard until they are used at the door after the Fail-safe Programming keycard.

How to make Sequential Fail-safe keycards 1. Use the number pad on the right side of the screen to enter the No. This number determines how many times you will be able to check new guests into each room using Fail-safe keycards. Touch the current setting for Copies pr. As an example, assume that: You have entered 3 for No.

Keycard Your hotel has guest rooms You would make a total of keycards and would be able to make three separate check ins using Fail-safe Sequential keycards. Insert the first keycard into the encoder. Follow the prompts onscreen to make further cards. Carefully group the cards as they are made.

At this point you have made all of the Fail-safe keycards for one room. Place this set into an envelope, keeping duplicates together copy 1 and copy 2 for each card. The actual room numbers will not be assigned to the keycards until Step You will now have many envelopes, each containing a set of cards. Take the Fail-safe Programming keycard and a set envelope of Sequential Fail-safe keycards to a guest room.

Use the Fail-safe Programming keycard on the lock Remove any one of the keycards from a set envelope and insert it into the lock. You will see a green flash on the lock but it will not open. This assigns the room number to the entire set.

None of the other copies in the set need to be used at this time. Return the keycard to the envelope with its own specific duplicates if it had any. Mark the envelope with the room number. You could have written the Repeat steps 8 thru 11 for all rooms at the hotel, using a new set envelope of cards for each room.

Take all you envelopes back to reception area and store the cards in an orderly manner such that they can be used when required. Lock all Fail-safe Programming keycards that were used during the process in a secure place.

Room numbers for Fail-safe keycards are not assigned to the keycard until they are used at the door with the Fail-safe Programming Fail-safe keycard. Normally, Lock-out keycards are not used to prevent a specific problematic guest from accessing their room. An easier way to accomplish this would be to make a new keycard for their room and use it on the lock so that their old keycard will no longer open the door. When the problem is resolved, you can just make them the new keycard, but if you had used a Lockout keycard, you would need to send an employee back to the room with an Undo Lock-out keycard.

Touch Lock-out to display the Lock-out screen. Select a name from the Employee window on the right side of the screen. The keycard will be assigned to this person. Touch the Locks out window to display the Keycards list on the right side of the screen. Touch the type of keycard you want to lock out and touch Add. Repeat for all keycard types you wish to lock out normally, each guest keycard type. Touch the Encode button to make the keycards.

You will be prompted to insert a keycard as a Lock-out keycard and then a keycard as an Undo Lockout keycard. Label and give the keycards to the selected employee. To make lockout cards for other employees, touch the Employee window, select another employee and repeat the process 3 thru 7. In this mode, the next time the door is opened with a valid keycard it will remain unlocked until a valid keycard is used again to lock it. The lock will remain in passage mode, switching between locked and unlocked with every valid keycard insertion, until the Passage-mode keycard is used again Then, the door reverts to normal behaviour - the next time the door is opened with a valid keycard it will NOT remain unlocked.

Passage-mode keycards are not made for a specific door, but can be used on ANY door. Normally, Passage-Mode keycards are used for situations such as parties in banquet rooms or meetings in conference rooms when you want to allow the door to remain unlocked for a period.

How to make Passage-Mode keycards 1. Touch Passage-mode to display the Passage-mode screen. The expiration date of the Passage-mode keycards will be displayed. For Override previous keycards: Choose Yes if this is the first Passage Mode keycard for the system, or if you need to renew your Passage Mode card because the expiry date is approaching.

Also choose Yes if you have lost the original Passage Mode keycard. Choose No if you want to make a duplicate Passage Mode keycard— for example so that 2 staff members can have one. If you choose Yes, any currently valid Passage-mode keycards will no longer function in the locks after the new Passage-mode keycard is used on them.

The new keycard will expire 2 years from the time it was made. If you choose No, the new Passage-mode keycard will not affect any currently valid Passage-mode keycards. They will both expire 2 years from the date that the first one was made.

When prompted, insert a keycard into the encoder. Notice that the expiration date on the left side of the screen has changed only if you chose Yes for Step 3. Passage-mode keycards should be stored in a safe place as they can cause doors they are used on to remain unlocked for long periods.

You may wish to do this to prevent lost employee keycards from being used, or if an employee leaves the hotel without turning in their keycard. Unlike Lock-out keycards, individual employees are removed from access rather than an entire User Group. Each Void-list keycard can contain up to 5 employees. Therefore, you need to create more than one Void-list keycard if you want to remove access for more than 5 employees.

You can prevent a single employee card being used as follows: Записывать информацию можно на все три дорожки магнитной полосы карты или в соответствующие сектора RFID карты. Есть два варианта программного обеспечения — базовая версия Basic и полная Advanced.

Есть ещё много важных факторов, которые необходимо учитывать, спросите нас о них! Для кодирования карточек с магнитной полосой используются энкодеры — однодорожечные, вседорожечные сетевые. Все эти устройства — с электроприводом. Для кодирования карт со смарт-чипом — специальные энкодеры для смарт-карт, для кодирования RFID карт, брелоков и браслетов — используются энкодеры RFID.

Энкодеры для магнитной полосы, используемые в системах VingCard, — это высокоточные и надёжные устройства от самого крупного производителя подобной техники — компании KDE Южная Корея , которая давно специализируется на такой технике. Это обеспечивает высокую надёжность работы в течение длительного периода времени. Однодорожечный энкодер обычно устанавливается в гостиницах, где система замков используется только для контроля доступа и нет безналичных расчётов по картам-ключам. Ещё одно применение однодорожечного энкодера — работа с картами служащих, то есть та, где не требуется запись информации на первую и вторую дорожки, обычно занятые системами безналичных расчётов и клубными системами.

Сетевой многодорожечный энкодер можно включать в локальную сеть гостиницы и использовать, например, между двумя станциями поселения. Таким образом, можно снизить расходы на оборудование для рабочих станций портье. Многодорожечный энкодер записывает информацию на все три дорожки магнитной полосы.

Таким образом, например, сигнал посланный из АСУ Гостиница может быть записан на вторую дорожку для использования в системе безналичных расчётов гостиницы. Обычно это — бары, рестораны, магазины и другие точки продаж внутри гостичного комплекса.

Аналогичным образом используются и RFID энкодеры.