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HID VertX Integration
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Overview

Access It! Universal.NET 7.1 adds support for the Mercury LP-4502 controller to communicate downstream to HID VertX sub panels. Currently the HID VertX V100, V200, and V300 panels are supported. 

Additional Notes

  • Pulsing an output is not supported.
  • V100's do not support OSDP
  • V100's do not support F2F
  • Default supervision on inputs uses 2K/4K

Access It! Universal.NET Licensing
The following licensing option must be enabled within the Access It! Universal.NET dongle and is a per integrated reader count license.

  • Integrated Reader Count - 1/x

Installation Requirements

The HID VertX integration requires the following:

  • Access It! Universal.NET min s/w v7.1
  • Access It! Universal.NET optional Integrated Reader Count license enabled for the number of readers running on the system
  • LP-4502 Series Controllers min f/w 1.280

Physical Addressing

A total of 16 VertX SIO modules may be connected to a single bus of an LP-4502 controller. The physical address of each SIO board must be unique and can be configured via a dial switch on the panels.

Hardware / Wiring References

LP-4502 Channel (Port 2 or 3) VertX
TR+ A
TR- B
GND GND

If Communication issues are occurring, remove the RS485 Termination from the LP-4502

Configuring Access It! Universal.NET 7.1

  1. Install and configure the LP-4502 series controller within Access It! Universal.NET
  2. Navigate to the Hardware section
  3. Select SCP’s
  4. Edit the LP-4502 series controller
  5. Set the SIO Port Speed to 38400 for the port the VertX panels are attached to
  6. Set Protocol to VertX for the port the the VertX panels are attached to
  7. Click Save
    The LP controller board will reset.
  8. From the left hand tree, expand SCP’s
  9. Expand the LP-4502 series controller the VertX panels are attached to
  10. Select SIOs
  11. From the right hand pane, edit the SIO whose address matches the configured address
  12. Enter a name for the VertX panel within the SIO Name field
  13. Set Model to the corresponding VertX panel
  14. Check Device Installed
  15. Set Address accordingly
  16. Set Channel accordingly
  17. Click Save
  18. Repeat steps 10-16 for each additional VertX panel

 


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