LSL RFID Access Control System v4.0 Specifications

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LSL RFID access control system diagram

LSL Enterprise Console Specifications:

  • Open design allows support for any manufacturers readers, cards, device types.
  • Full graphical interface to the LSL Enterprise Server ( LES ).
  • Allows multiple concurrent users to access core database to update Users, Paired Tags, Authorized Entry, Portal configurations.
  • Provides graphical interface to automatically track the “alarmed” items in real time on screen through the Floorplan Tracking module.
  • Utilizes strong encryption on all network traffic
  • Provides multi-level security so different users can control different areas/portals.  This allows for easy direct Tenant control over access to their space within a larger building control system.
  • Provides display of system access logs.
  • Provides configuration of user access times for granular control of users access to various areas. Each portal can be individually configured.
  • Provides simple configuration of tag pairing for managing paired tags within the LSL ACS system
  • Can track a user across maps in Floorplan Tracking module in realtime for use in many security situations
  • Can find and highlight a user on any map based on last access.
  • Provides graphical interface to the Floorplan Tracking module in the LES.
  • Provides graphical interface to the Remote Entry module in the LES.
  • Runs natively and is supported on Linux, Windows 7, 2008, 2003, XP, 2000, and Mac OS X.
  • Provides configuration of billing/tracking for prepaid parking debits on a per user account basis.
  • Supports unlimited number of users, tags/badges, and portals, for tracking or control applications.
  • Utilizes all 64bit DB links for virtually unlimited number of entries

LSL Enterprise Server Specifications:

  • Available as a Virtual Machine or installable software pack.
  • Advanced Paired User(s)/Asset(s)/Tags – Allows for the “pairing” of user(s) or asset(s). For example this allows the system to track a laptop “paired” to one or more “users” that are authorized to move that asset. If a paired object goes through a portal/door alone, the system will automatically initiate the appropriate designated “Alarm” response. It can also track the “alarmed” item in real time on screen through the Floorplan Tracking module. This feature is supported on all reader/hardware types, including with different reader types for each tag.
  • Support unlimited number of LSL LPN-SEC’s for configuration, data storage, logging, user/tag/hardware configuration.
  • Runs natively and is supported on Linux, Windows 7, 2008, 2003, XP, 2000, and Mac OS X.
  • Compatible with a range of enterprise class databases for data and configuration storage.
  • Supports advanced RSA and AES encrypted communications.
  • Not resource intensive.
  • Provides real-time output from LSL LPN-SEC's to database.
  • Provides multi-level security so different users can control different areas/portals.  This allows for easy direct Tenant control over access to their space within a larger building control system.
  • Supports per user, per portal time based authentication.  Allows for valid entry times on a per user basis.  IE Administrators with 24/7 access, and general employees with Monday through Friday 8am-5pm access.
  • Supports groups and group based authentication and "pairing"
  • Open design allows support for any manufacturers readers, cards, device types.
  • Supports unlimited number of users, tags/badges, and portals, for tracking or control applications.
  • Utilizes all 64bit DB links for virtually unlimited number of entries
  • Compatible with a range of enterprise class databases for data and configuration storage. Oracle, MS SQL Server, PostgreSQL, MySQL, LSL DB Server, Valentina DB Server v3

LSL Communication Server Specifications:

  • Conversion of compressed data generated by LSL LPN-SEC into a report friendly format
  • Interfaces with the LSL Enterprise Console v4 GUI
  • Serving as the primary interface component for 3rd party product integrations, through the LSL ACS API.
  • Support unlimited number of LSL Enterprise Console, and 3rd party gateway interface connections ( within TCP/IP limits )
  • Supported on Linux, Windows 7, 2008, 2003, XP, 2000, and Mac OS X.
  • Compatible with a range of enterprise class databases for data and configuration storage.
  • Not resource intensive.

LSL LPN-SEC Hardware Capabilities:

  • Pentium III or better class processing power.
  • 1-4GB DDR RAM
  • 2GB-256GB SSD, mirroring optional
  • Open COTS design allows support for any manufacturers readers, cards, device types. Simply changing the PC104 cards or USB add on's allows support for any communication or control protocol or interface.
  • Local control for each portal.  Does not rely on network for decision making or control of portals.  Highly redundant, fast and reliable control design.
  • Industrial class LPN-SEC extensible through PC104/PC104 Plus, or USB.
  • Standard class LPN-SEC extensible through PCI, PCIe, or USB.
  • Hardware watchdog timer
  • Keep alive notification to LSL Enterprise Server with Alarms.
  • Local SQL database for hardware config per channel, data type per channel, tag lookups, and local decision making and control.
  • Digital IO with relay and Opto22 capabilities, 12V 2A max std.
  • RS-232/RS-485/RS-422 on board.
  • High level API to communicate with LSL Enterprise Server and program “Tag Actions”
  • Analog to Digital, Digital to Analog boards available.
  • Distributed design allows for a single LSL LPN-SEC to serve an entire building or floor of swipe card readers.
  • Supports POE or local 12v power supply ( Control models require local power ).
  • Physical size similar to a wireless access point unit.  Depending on option boards may be slightly thicker.
  • TFT display capability, with touch screen for code entry applications.

LPN-SEC Software Specifications Version 4.0:

  • Firmware support for Advanced Paired tagging control algorithms
  • Open design allows support for any manufacturers readers, cards, device types.
  • LPN-SEC appliance capable of interfacing with Biometric ( fingerprint, iris, facial recognition ), active RFID, passive RFID, MagCard swipe, HID ProxCard, numeric keypad devices reader.
  • Track Location/Campus, Building, Room, Door, and User for each access attempt.
  • Highly resilient distributed design allows LSL LPN-SEC to function even with LES down or network non-functional.  Buffers data and allows use of LSL LPN-SEC’s to open doors and track access without central LES server being available.  When LES comes back online the LSL LPN-SEC uploads all processed buffered data.
  • LSL Enterprise Console provides a graphical user interface to all aspects of the system setup.  Includes editors for Location/Campus, Building, Room,  and User, Groups, Pairs, and authentication tables.  Setup and programming of the LSL LPN-SEC hardware units.  AES encryted secure connection to the LSL LPN-SEC hardware units.
  • LSL Enterprise Server database design specifically to support high performance, secure, multiple hardware devices, from multiple manufacturers, covering many different data types.  IE Swipe cards,  RFID tags, ProxCard, temperature, linear distance, quadrature, force, torque, etc.
  • LSL Linux OS settings configurable through LSL Server Manager
  • LSL ACS parameters, users, tags, etc. configurable through LSL Enterprise Server/Console.
  • Utilizes strong AES encryption on all network links/communications
  • Custom Linux OS distribution for LPN-SEC.
  • DHCP IP address assignment. Manual address assignment available through LSL Server Manager.
  • System software design is modular to integrate future communication capabilities such as force, torque, digital input, digital output, etc.
  • Remotely upgradeable firmware from the LSL Server Manager
  • Phase 2 Protocol LSL Enterprise API for communication with LPN-SEC through LSL Server Manager
    • Secure AES encrypted communication
    • Remote IP parameter configuration.
    • Time setting and retrieval.
    • Data retrieval from multiple access control reader units.
    • Local control configuration for remote setup of controls for door solenoids, auto openers, multiple door control with single reader, etc.
    • Status retrieval and updates of unit health and communications.
    • Protocol designed from inception to support multiple device types, multiple device manufacturers, and multiple data types.

LSL Access Control System v4.0 Overview
What Makes LSL ACS v4.0 So Unique
LSL ACS v4.0 Whats New
LSL Enterprise Console v4
LSL LPN-SEC appliance v4
LSL Enterprise Server v4
LSL Communication Server v4
LSL ACS Report Examples v4
LSL ACS Application Notes v4
LSL ACS Specifications v4
LSL ACS Screen Shots v4

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