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  1. 1. How to integrate GeoVision Card Readers with Access Controller and GV-System Article ID: GV3-11-6-17 Release Date: 6/17/2011Applied toGV-ReaderGV-RK1352 Card ReaderGV-R1352 Card ReaderSummaryThe GeoVision card readers can integrate your current access controller with GV-System tohave access control and video surveillance working together. The GeoVision card readers areconnected between any access controller and GV-System. When a card is presented to thecard reader, the card reader will send the card data to both connected access controller andGV-System. The GeoVision card readers can seamlessly and efficiently integrate the accesscontrol system into video surveillance system to ease monitoring tasks and increase security.GeoVision Inc. 1 Revision Date: 6/17/2011
  2. 2. To connect GV-ReaderConnect GV-Reader to the access controller through the Wiegand interface by wiring Red,Black, Green and White lines from the card reader. Then connect the RS-485 interface ofGV-Reader to the GV-System via GV-COM V2, GV-Hub V2 or GV-NET/IO Card V3.1. Thesedevices are connected as illustrated below. (Red) (Black) Access Controller (Green) GV-Reader (Blue) RS-485 + (power supply: 7.5~12 V) GV-COM V2 / (White) GV-Hub V2/ (Light blue) RS-485 - GV-NET/IO Card V3.1 GV-Reader Red 7.5 ~ 12 V DC USB Black GND Green Wiegand Data 0 White Wiegand Data 1 GV-SystemFor this integration, you need to set GV-Reader to Salve mode by turning the switch No. 4 offas illustrated below. ON ECE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 SW4 must be turned OFF.It is possible to connect multiple GV-Readers to a GV-System through RS-485 interface. Youjust need to define every GV-Reader’s ID number by using the switch No. 5, No 6 and No 7. ID 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 SW5 OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON ON ON SW6 OFF OFF ON ON OFF OFF ON ON SW7 OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ONGeoVision Inc. 2 Revision Date: 6/17/2011
  3. 3. To connect GV-RK1352 / GV-R1352Connect GV-RK1352 / GV-R1352 to the access controller through the Wiegand interface bywiring Red, Black, Green and White lines from the card reader. Then connect the RS-485interface of the card reader to the GV-System via GV-COM V2, GV-Hub V2 or GV-NET/IOCard V3.1. These devices are connected as illustrated below. Red 7.5 ~ 12 V DC Black GND Green Wiegand Data 0 White Wiegand Data 1For this integration, you need to set GV-RK1352 / GV-R1352 to Salve mode by using thesupplied configuration utility as illustrated below. It is possible to connect multiple GV-RK1352/ GV-R1352 to a GV-System through RS-485 interface. You just need to define every cardreader’s ID number. For details on the supplied configuration utility, see the RK1352Installation Guide or R1352 Installation Guide.GeoVision Inc. 3 Revision Date: 6/17/2011
  4. 4. To set up GV-SystemTo add GeoVision card readers to GV-System, follow these steps:1. Click the Configure button, and select GV Wiegand Capture Device Setting. This dialog box appears.2. Click the New button. This dialog box appears. Device: Give a name to the card reader. COM: Select the COM port that GV-COM V2, GV-Hub V2 or GV-NET/IO Card V3.1 is connected to. Address: Select the ID of the card reader when multiple card readers are connected together to GV-System. Camera: Assign the card reader to a channel on which card data will be displayed.GeoVision Inc. 4 Revision Date: 6/17/2011
  5. 5. 3. After above settings, click Add to add the card reader to GV-System.4. Present the card to the card reader to see if the card number is overlaid on the assigned channel, as shown below. Displays Card No.5. To display more card information, such as card holder, company name and photo, you need to create the database by using the Microsoft Access program. A. Locate the default database:GV folderGVWTDatabaseRegistered to create card database by using Microsoft Access. B. Locate the default photo storage folder:GV folderGVWTDatabaseRegisterImage to store card holders’ photos. The maximum of image size should be 100 x 100 pixels in BMP format.GeoVision Inc. 5 Revision Date: 6/17/2011
  6. 6. 6. After setting up the database, present the card to the card reader to see if the card data you created are overlaid on the assigned channel, as shown below.DisplaysCard holder, Displaysnumber, and photocompanyname.Note: You can the Text Overlay function to change the font and position of text, the positionof photo on the live view.GeoVision Inc. 6 Revision Date: 6/17/2011

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