Blaze Automation Access Contrl Solutions

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Blaze Automation Access Contrl Solutions

  1. 1. A Vision for the Future<br />We Identify With Your Business<br />
  2. 2. Corporate Business<br />Leader in the development, manufacture and sale of cards and readers for the access control industry<br />Radio frequency identification technology (also known as proximity technology) <br />Wiegand technology<br />Smart card technology<br />
  3. 3. Flexible And Open System Architecture<br />Host Software<br />Access<br />Control<br />Panel<br />Electric Lock<br />REX Motion<br />Door Contact<br />
  4. 4. Host Panel<br />InterfaceWiegandSerialClock-and-data<br />125 kHz <br />Carrier<br />FSK Data<br />Proximity Architecture<br />The card communicates to a reader through radio frequency.<br />“Passive cards” are activated by the reader itself.<br />
  5. 5. Card Readers<br />Proprietary vs. non-proprietary:<br />Proprietary readers are those that are manufactured by the access control OEM. These readers have proprietary communication between the host and the panel. <br />Non-proprietary readers work on an open standard. Wiegand is the open standard. Nearly all manufacturers accept this protocol. <br />
  6. 6. Complete Card and Reader Line<br />Wide variety of readers<br />Many sizes and styles<br />Color choices<br />Multiple reader outputs:<br />Wiegand standard<br />Clock and data<br />Serial outputs <br /> (RS-232, RS-422, RS-485)<br />
  7. 7. Active Vs. Passive Cards<br /><ul><li>An active card has a battery. The advantage of an active card is a longer read range.</li></ul>A passive card is a card without a battery. The advantage of a passive card is longer card life.<br />
  8. 8.                                   <br />Single Technology Solutions<br />Access cards can function as photo ID badges.<br /><ul><li> Keyfobs are also available</li></ul>Access cards can have multiple technologies:<br />Proximity<br />Wiegand<br />Mag stripe<br />Contact smart chips<br />Contactless smart chips<br />Bar code<br />“Junk” stripe for debit applications<br />
  9. 9. Card to Reader Communication<br /><ul><li>HID readers work with HID cards.</li></ul>HID readers pass data from the card to the host<br />HID readers are open to all card formats<br />
  10. 10. Wiegand Data Interface<br />A widely used Access Control industry standard<br />The Wiegand interface is a binary code that consists of data lines called “Data 0”,“Data 1”, and “Data Return”. Toggling the respective line to ground (or Data Return) for a specified time sends data.<br />The data is a series of ones and zeros that can be partitioned to suit the needs of the system.<br />
  11. 11. Panel Format Settings<br />Access Control Panels are built to accept data in specific formats. <br />Most use the standard, industry format of 26-bit. <br />Simple panels might accept one or two formats <br />Sophisticated panels are software configurable and accept hundreds of different formats<br />The panel will also determine the type of reader to panel transmission used. <br />Most common is the Wiegand communications protocol<br />Also used is:<br /><ul><li>Clock and Data,
  12. 12. Serial interface (RS232, RS422, RS485)</li></li></ul><li>Card Formats<br />A format consists of a group of bits which represent the number programmed into the card. These numbers can be partitioned to include a separate field for facility code, card number, customer number, and issue level.<br />
  13. 13. Card Formats: Open Formats<br />This is typically a 26 bit format that is open to the industry.<br />The advantage to this format is flexibility.<br />The disadvantage to this format is the possibility of duplicated cards.<br />Card numbers are not tracked by HID<br />There are no restrictions on the use of this format<br />
  14. 14. Card Formats: 26 bit<br />The 26 bit format consists of 2 parity bits, 8 bit facility code and 16 bit card number fields.<br />< FC >< Card Number ><br />PAAAAAAAABBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBP<br />P= Parity<br />A= FACILITY CODE= 0 TO 255<br /> B= CARD NUMBER= 0 TO 65,535<br />
  15. 15. Card Formats: OEM Proprietary Formats<br />These formats are owned and controlled by the OEM manufacturer of the access control system.<br />The advantage to this format is a higher level of security.<br />The disadvantage to this format is the dependence on a specific OEM to supply cards.<br />
  16. 16. Card Formats...HID Corporate 1000 Format<br />This is a 35-bit format that is owned and controlled by the end-user. <br />Over 1 million card numbers are available within the assigned format and are tracked to avoid duplication.<br />The format is compatible with most hardware/software platforms and may be offered by any HID provider.<br />With the end-user’s permission, HID will supply cards to any OEM(s) or distributor(s) of the end-user’s choice.<br />
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  18. 18. NEW PRODUCTS MODULE<br />
  19. 19. HID MIFARE Reader – 6055B<br /><ul><li>Uses MIFARE® technology to read and write contactless smartcards.
  20. 20. Easily integrates with most access control systems.
  21. 21. Features a bi-color LED indicator and system controlled built-in buzzer.
  22. 22. One-piece housing combines transmitting/receiving aerial and electronics.</li></ul>Readily installed on metal surfaces,walls, and doors.<br />Available with Wiegand and RS-232serial output.<br />
  23. 23.                                    <br />HID MIFARE® Card<br />13.56 MHz MIFARE type A Contactless Smart Card<br />10 cm (3.9”) read range<br />High security<br />Purse functions (increase/decrease)<br />ISO thickness<br />Can be printed with all direct image dye sublimation printers<br />1430 Series<br />
  24. 24.                                    <br />HID Proximity & MIFARE card<br />13.56 MHz MIFARE and 125 kHz Contactless Smart Card<br />Supports all HID card formats<br />ISO Size and thickness<br />10cm (3.9”) MIFARE read range<br />Up to 50cm (20”) prox read range<br />Graphics quality surface<br />1431 Series<br />
  25. 25. PRESENTATION BY SRIDHAR PONUGUPATI<br />ACCESS CONTROL SOLUTIONS IN COLLABORATION WITH HID<br />BLAZE AUTOMATION PVT LTD<br />HYDERABAD, INDIA<br />

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