Identifiers

Here you can add or view a table with previously added identifiers. This table contains information about the identifier owner, its type, number, validity period, amount of available passes, and the number of the lock that identifiers are allowed to open. 








How to add a new identifier to a panel memory

1. Log in to the entrance panel web interface. By default, the username is admin, and the password is 123456.

2. Go to Access management > Identifiers.

3. Click New Identifier.

4. Enter all required information in the opened window:

    • choose an Apartment number from the previously created list in the corresponding tab;
    • owner name
    • owner type: Guest or Owner;
    • Identifier type and number;

4 identifiers types are available:  

  • QR code: The automatically generated QR must be downloaded from the web interface and uploaded to a mobile device for further use;

  • access code that must be entered on the panel keypad to open lock/s. In the Access Code field, you must indicate a numeric code (no more than 10 characters) that will be used as a user identifier;
  • card: EM-Marin or Mifare card. In the Identifier number field, you must enter a card number in decimal format, without comas. Usually, the number is printed on the card in decimal or hexadecimal format. You can use this link to convert a value from one to another system. Also, you can bring the card to a panel reader, and the number will be displayed in this tab or Logs, from where it can be copied; 
  • UKEY allows using smartphones as identifiers (BAS-IP UKEY app is required). You must enter the identifier number in the Identifier number field. To find out the number, bring the phone to a reader and the number will be displayed in the Logs, from where it can be copied into this field. Also, the UKEY number is printed under the QR codes in the order;
    • choose Access restrictions (when access is allowed for the identifier) from the previously created list in the corresponding tab (optional);
    • set Period restrictions for identifier validity (optional);
    • set Passes restrictions (optional); 
    • set Lock # that is allowed to open for the identifier (#1, #2 (if SH-42 is used) or both);   

6. Confirm the information. 

If necessary, you can edit/delete added identifiers.