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Title: Wireless Access Product Overview


1
Wireless Access Product Overview
2
Agenda
  • Product Review
  • History
  • Key Features
  • Wireless System Architecture
  • Wired vs Wireless Comparison
  • System Design Basics
  • Wireless Applications
  • Case Studies
  • Reference Materials

3
5 Years in the Market
Best New Product ISC West
First Product Shipments
3rd Gen Locks Ship
Patents Awarded
WRI Intro
2nd Gen Exit Kit Ships
WPR Intro
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
UL-294 Cert
65 Growth
2nd Gen Lock Intro
Branded Wireless Access
Acquires Wyreless Access
WSM Intro
WEXK Exit Kit Intro
4
Wireless Access Products
Access Control System
Access Controller
WRI-IN
WRI-OTD
5
Key Features
  • Open Architecture
  • Compatible with all access systems
  • One database
  • Mix Wired Wireless
  • Supports card formats up to 255 bits
  • Dedicated 900 MHz Infrastructure
  • Position PIMs for optimal performance
  • Outstanding RF propagation
  • No delays for Life safety reporting
  • 15-channel Spread Spectrum
  • Real-time Status Indicators
  • Low Battery
  • Reader Tamper
  • Loss of Communications
  • PIM Tamper
  • Security Reliability
  • 128-bit Encryption
  • 1 million addresses
  • Cache Memory
  • Dynamic Channel Switching

6
Typical Wired Opening
Access Control System
Reader Interface
Access Controller
  • Multiple trades
  • Electricians
  • Locksmiths
  • Technicians
  • Typical installation time 8 hours

7
Open Architecture VIP Wired Opening
Access Control System
Access Controller
PIB
Reader Interface
8
Typical Wireless Opening
Access Control System
  • One trade Technicians
  • Typical installation time 45 Mins.

Access Controller
Schlage Wireless PIM-TD2
Reader Interface
9
RS485 Wireless Solution
Access Control System
Access Controller
Schlage Wireless PIM-485
  • No reader interface
  • 16 doors in two days!
  • NOT two weeks…

10
Wireless Access Applications
  • Solutions for most perimeter and interior
    openings!
  • Wood Doors
  • Metal Doors
  • Glass Doors
  • Exit Doors
  • Gates
  • Elevators
  • Portable solutions

11
Panel Interface Module PIM-TD2
  • Required with all access point modules
  • Supports two readers (access points)
  • 200 ft radius
  • Wireless nominal indoor range
  • 900 MHz spread spectrum RF technology (902-928)
  • Wires directly to reader interface module or
    control panel
  • Certifications
  • FCC part 15, RSS-210, UL-294, UL 10C

12
Panel Interface Module PIM-485
  • Same as PIM-TD2, plus…
  • Supports up to 16 openings
  • 15 doors
  • Schlage SMS
  • 16 doors
  • Apollo, Blackboard, CBORD, Galaxy Controls,
    Heartland Campus Solutions, Interflex, Lenel,
    Pacom, RS2, Software House, Software Data Systems
  • Wires directly to control panel
  • No Reader Interface Modules!

13
RS485 Partners
Apollo Pacom Blackboard RS2 CBORD Schlag
e SMS Galaxy Control Systems Schlage bright
blue Heartland Campus Solutions Software Data
Systems Interflex Software House Lenel
14
Schlage WA Series Modular Locksets
  • Online, battery powered solution
  • Modular Design
  • WA5200 Series Cylindrical Locks
  • WA5600 Series Mortise Locks
  • Readers
  • Proximity HID, Indala, AWID
  • Smart Card Mifare, iClass
  • Mag Stripe Reads ABA Track 1, 2 and 3
  • Suited lever designs with Schlage D
  • 5 Architectural Finishes
  • Emergency Key Override
  • Mounts on wood or metal doors

15
Schlage WA Series Modular Locksets
Everything you need at the door!
16
Real-Time Status Indicators
  • Low Battery Power
  • 5,000 to 10,000 swipes to go
  • Loss of Communications
  • After 2 missed heartbeats (15secs 10mins)
  • Tamper at the PIM
  • PIM cover opened or removed
  • Tamper at the Door
  • Reader removed

17
Schlage Wireless Access is Secure!
  • Uses Spread Spectrum RF technology
  • Developed by US military for secure
    communications
  • 15 channels available between 902-928 MHz
  • All RF transmissions are encoded using multiple
    128 bit keys
  • All RF transmissions responses contain unique
    addressing
  • Over 65,000 unique addresses/channel
  • Thats nearly a million total unique addresses
  • Transaction initiated at the door
  • Trouble signals are reported in real-time
  • Transactions processed in real-time

18
Schlage Wireless Access is Reliable!
  • 1000s Installed and Working for Years
  • Uses Spread Spectrum
  • 900 MHz - Good Penetration and Bounce
  • 15 Channels Between 902-928 MHz
  • Multiple Transmissions
  • Heartbeat Verifies Communications Every Few
    Minutes
  • Trouble Signals Are Reported in Real-time
  • Dynamic Channel Switching Avoids Interference
    Automatically!
  • Cache Memory

19
Alferi Labs
  • No Manufacturing Downtime
  • No Overtime
  • No Environmental Barriers
  • Quick Deployment

Alferi Laboratories
20
Wireless Not just for retrofit…
  • University of New Hampshire
  • New Construction
  • 40 Suites in Mills Hall
  • Simpler Scheduling
  • No trades to coordinate
  • …saved over 50,000!
  • William Conk, Senior Manager of Housing
    Facilities

Wired costs too high!
21
Mississippi State University
  • Ruby Hall 233 wireless doors
  • 1000 wireless devices on campus

22
Dorm room locks enhance security at Mississippi
State Feb 1, 2006 1200 PM BY KAREN BAXTER
. Comments by Richard
Tollison Manager, Telecom Data
Services Mississippi State University
  • All 233 student rooms were secured by a Wireless
    lock
  • Costs are less than traditional wired access
    control
  • Installations took 60-90 minutes vs. 1-2 days
  • No need to visit the door to download
    transactions. All transactions come back to a
    central system.
  • MSU plans to use Wireless locks in three new
    residence halls currently under construction.

23
Power Supply
  • Battery Pack
  • 8 AA Alkaline cells
  • Plug in
  • Inexpensive
  • Lasts 60,000 swipes or 4 years
  • 5,000 to 10,000 swipes after Low Battery
    warning

24
WA993 Wireless Exit Kit
  • Battery Powered
  • Access Control for Exit Bars
  • Includes
  • Transceiver with battery pack
  • Reader Modules
  • HID Proximity
  • Mag Stripe
  • Request to Exit kit for panic bar
  • Exit trim
  • Panic Bars Supported
  • Von Duprin 98 and 99 series

25
Wireless Reader Interface WRI-IN-12VDC
(Indoor) WRI-OTD-12VDC (Outdoor)
Wireless Reader Interface
  • Requires local power
  • Applications
  • High-volume doors
  • Glass Doors
  • Hard-to-Wire Foyers and Lobbies
  • Special reader requirements
  • Smartcard, Biometrics, etc.

26
Wireless Status Monitor WSM
Wireless Status Monitor
  • Battery Powered
  • Applications
  • Monitor door position
  • Activate local siren
  • Can monitor other inputs too
  • Glass Breakage Sensors
  • Motion Detectors
  • Light Level Sensors
  • Humidity and Temperature Sensors

WSM
27
Portable Applications
  • Portable Reader Applications
  • Mustering
  • Perimeter Expansion
  • Attendance
  • Checkpoints
  • Special Events
  • Shuttle Bus Access
  • Visual indication of access granted/denied
  • Supports HID, Indala, iClass, and Mag Stripe

28
FDIC, Washington, DC
  • Problem
  • Control shuttle bus access
  • Monitor bus usage to ensure efficient operation
  • Log employee usage
  • Report employee location
  • Solution
  • Installed Wireless Portable Readers on shuttle
    buses

29
Elevators
Save 1000s with NO Traveling Cable
Remote Antenna
PIM-TD2
RG58/U Cable (15 ft.)
  • WRI-OTD
  • Requires 12 VDC Power
  • Two Reader Inputs Left and Right Side
  • 2 Form C Relays
  • Inputs for DPS, REX, REN
  • Accepts Optional Remote Antenna

Elevator Cab
30
Washington University
  • Symptom
  • Card data corruption in elevator
  • Problem
  • Traveling cable in elevator shaft improperly
    shielded
  • Solution
  • Installed Wireless Elevator Kits

31
Gates
Save 1000s with NO Trenching!
Remote Antenna
RG58/U Cable (15 ft.)
PIM-TD2
  • WRI-OTD
  • Requires 12 VDC Power
  • Two Reader Inputs High and Low
  • 2 Form C Relays
  • Inputs for DPS, REX, REN
  • Accepts Optional Remote Antenna

32
Renton Airport, WA
  • Problem
  • Vehicle Gate a half-mile away from the terminal
    across an active runway
  • Options
  • Manned gate
  • Trench across runway
  • Tunnel under runway
  • Trench around runway
  • Solution
  • Installed a Wireless Gate Kit

33
Remote Antenna Options
ANT-REM-IN
ANT-REM-I/O6DB
ANT-REM-I/O
34
Antenna Accessories
Directional Gain Antenna (ANT-REM-I/O6DB)
Wall-Mount Antenna Bracket (MPAB3)
Coax Cable
Grounding Kit (MGBMCA5)
Mast Mount Antenna Bracket (MPAB4)
Surge Protector
35
Typical Repeater Configuration
PIM-TD2
PIM-TD2
WA Series
WRI-OTD
PIM-TD2
36
Wired vs Wireless By the Numbers
37
Wired vs Wireless Business Case
38
Benefits
  • Reduce installation time by up to 90!
  • Consolidate components at the door!
  • Reduce the system costs by up to 25 or more!
  • Reduce disruption!
  • Proven! Over 4 years on the market!
  • Secure!

39
Hundreds of installations!
40
www.schlage.com

41
Catalog
42
Reprint Access Control Security
Systems February 2006 Issue Technology Goes to
School
43
Dorm room locks enhance security at Mississippi
State Feb 1, 2006 1200 PM BY KAREN BAXTER
They installed Wyreless Integrated Reader Locks
from Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies on each
of the hall's 223 interior doors leading into
students' rooms. Because the Wyreless door locks
do not need to be hardwired, the cost is
considerably less than a standard card access
reader, and installation is much quicker about
60 to 90 minutes per door compared to one to two
days for a wired system. It's not a matter of
having to go out to that door and download some
transactions from a standalone reader. Each of
these transactions comes back to a central
system. MSU also plans to use the Wyreless locks
in the three new residence halls currently under
construction. Comments by Richard
Tollison Manager, Telecom Data
Services Mississippi State University
  • They installed Wireless Integrated Reader Locks
    from Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies on each
    of the hall's 223 interior doors leading into
    students' rooms.
  • Because the Wireless door locks do not need to be
    hardwired, the cost is considerably less than a
    standard card access reader, and installation is
    much quicker about 60 to 90 minutes per door
    compared to one to two days for a wired system.
  • It's not a matter of having to go out to that
    door and download some transactions from a
    standalone reader. Each of these transactions
    comes back to a central system.
  • MSU also plans to use the Wireless locks in the
    three new residence halls currently under
    construction.

44
Thank you!
45
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