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NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2
NetAXS-123
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2013 Honeywell, Inc. www.Honeywell.com
Startup Guide
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
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  • Page 1 NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 NetAXS-123 Startup Guide This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 2 Device Device have the HOLD line for proper operation. (Optional) Request to Exit (Optional) “Hold A” and “Hold B” should be connected ONLY when (See Page 3) using BOTH an IN and an OUT reader. © 2013 Honeywell, Inc. www.Honeywell.com...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    NetAXS-123 access control system. External (EXT) Power Whetted 12VDC NetAXS-123 can be configured in many different ways, depending on the • Power at relay terminals: specific needs of the end-users. This document covers a single panel, 1 door...
  • Page 4: Device Connection Order

    NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 3) Device Connection Order 4) Powering Up 1. Apply power (PoE or 12VDC power source) to panel. 1. Reader(s) Connect readers to terminal block per Connection Diagram. 2. Verify panel power up. • The PoE or PWR LED will be illuminated and there 2.
  • Page 5: Connecting To The Web Server

    Warning: Do NOT connect the USB cable to the panel until AFTER the drivers are installed. Follow these steps to set up the NetAXS-123 USB connection. (This procedure should be performed only once.) 1. Insert the NetAXS-123 Product CD into your Windows-based computer.
  • Page 6 6. Click Finish. 7. Connect the computer to the NetAXS-123 controller with a 4. Click Install to initiate the installation. USB-A to Micro USB-B cable. 8. Turn on the power to the NetAXS-123 controller.
  • Page 7: Logging In To The System

    5.2 Connecting via Ethernet Port 1. Open your internet browser (Internet Explorer and Mozilla You can connect the NetAXS-123 panel to a PC either directly with a Firefox are supported). standard or cross-over ethernet cable as well as through an ethernet 2.
  • Page 8: System Configuration

    Create time zones to be used to lock or unlock a door ADD TIME ZONES by schedule as well as grant or deny access to a door 5. Click Login to display the NetAXS-123 Main Window, also by a card holder referred to as the “Landing Page”.
  • Page 9 NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 Step - Set Communications to “Web Mode”. Step - Set the time. 1. Under Time, click Current Time to display the Current 1. Under Communications, Time tab. click Host / Loop to display the Host/Loop Communications tab.
  • Page 10 NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 Step - Add time zones. Step - Door Configuration - Door Configuration: Label Reader 1. Under Time, click Time Zones to display the Time Zones 1. Under Configuration, click Door to display the Reader A tab.
  • Page 11 NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 - Door Configuration: Assign Door Auto Unlock Schedule - Door Configuration: Label and Program Reader LED 1. Click the Outputs tab to edit the lock settings. 1. Click the Reader LED link. 2. Enter a Name for the locking device / output.
  • Page 12 NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 - Door Configuration: Door Status (if used) - Door Configuration: Door Egress (if any) NOTE: NOTE: If a door position switch is not used, SKIP THIS SECTION by If a Request To Exit (REX) device is not used, SKIP THIS...
  • Page 13 6. Click Add Cards to save and add the new card. Test your card at the reader to verify that the door unlocks and follows the assigned time schedule (if any). Congratulations! You have successfully programmed the NetAXS-123! © 2013 Honeywell, Inc. www.Honeywell.com...
  • Page 14: Appendix A) Adding A Panel

    NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 APPENDIX A) Adding a Panel Step - Enabling the Ethernet Virtual Loop (EVL) Additional panels may be connected downstream of the gateway panel either via RS-485 or the Ethernet Virtual Loop (EVL). RS-485 provides a means to hardwire up to 30 additional panels to the gateway panel.
  • Page 15: Appendix B) Adding A User

    NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 APPENDIX B) Adding a User Step - Configuring the Ethernet Virtual Loop (EVL) 1. From the Gateway panel, under Communications, click Ethernet Virtual Loop. 2. Drag & Drop controllers to the left to add them to the group.
  • Page 16: Appendix C) Changing The Ethernet Default Ip Address

    NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 APPENDIX C) Changing the Ethernet APPENDIX D) Enabling the In and Out Default IP Address Readers 1. From the landing page, click on Ethernet/USB in the NOTE: In order to connect an In and Out reader, BOTH readers Communications section.
  • Page 17: Appendix E) Additional Features

    Events Reports: Allows generation of card event reports by last name and card number. The NetAXS-123 allows you to save a backup file of each panel on your PC for safe keeping. Card Reports: Allows the ability to view cards and card data by last name as well as card number.
  • Page 18 NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 User Card Types • VIP: This card type overrides the access level assigned to the card and grants the card access at all readers regardless of Card types provide enhanced features outside of access levels.
  • Page 19 NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 state. After lunch, the users can then present their card to the reader Reader Access Modes again and the door returns to following the assigned time schedule. By default, cards with a valid access level can be used at a reader during the time zone in the Card Only drop-down list within the reader configuration.
  • Page 20: Appendix F) Monitoring Status

    NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 APPENDIX F) Monitoring Status Monitoring Door Status The current status of each Door can be viewed live as well as From the landing page, one may monitor the status of Doors, Alarms manipulated from the status page.
  • Page 21 NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 Monitoring Output Status Events The current status of each output device can be viewed live as well as Monitors both panel and web-generated events. Dynamically controlled. Doors can be restored to time zones or manually locked or refreshes when new events are generated.
  • Page 22: Appendix G) Adding Additional Doors

    With the addition of either a 1- or 2-door Add-On board, the modular NOTE: When you use the DIP switches to reset a panel to the design of the NetAXS-123 allows the ability to easily expand from original factory default values, the Event History is lost and any one door to either two or three doors.
  • Page 23 NetAXS-123 Startup Guide, Document 800-05780V2 NOTE: If using EVL, DIP switch addresses are not used as DIP Switch 7 does NOT require a panel reboot to take effect. This does not affect the USB IP address. addressing is configured in the web browser. Refer to Appendix A...
  • Page 24: Technical Support

    After Hours? Check out our website: https://www.honeywellaccess.com/contact/tech/index.html Technical Support Services Honeywell Access Systems' technical support group is available to assist Honeywell dealers with issues they may encounter with Honeywell Systems Group hardware and software during system installation. Product Matrix Find product information including datasheets, manuals, images, drawings, A &...

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