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1 OMEGA CEStronics Suite Operating Instructions Software version: Translated operating instructions V 1.31, 10/2014

2 Contents 1 Contents 2 Notes on the layout Preface Versions Manufacturer and Service Target group For your safety Explanation of the safety notes Intended use Basic safety notes Introduction Description System requirements General structure of RF systems Scope of delivery System components Installation Initial installation/single-user Client/server installation Subsequent installation of an option First steps Log-in User interface (UI) OMEGA Software-Suite Page 2 of 344

3 Contents 8 Operation Managing systems Managing Master media Managing special days Creating time profiles Managing users Managing locking devices Using the reference list Managing media Managing locking plans Using the black list (V-NET) CEMO control panel Upper File menu Upper System menu Upper Go to menu Upper View menu Upper Programming menu Upper Settings menu Offline programming OMEGA ACTIVE OMEGA Mifare, FLEX CEMO-NET OMEGA V-NET system Scopes of application for the OMEGA V-NET system Variants Using options DTW desktop writer EMERGENCY-KEY Licensing options Installing licenses manually CEStronics Suite options OMEGA Software-Suite Page 3 of 344

4 Contents 13 Important assistance /trouble-shooting CEStronics QuickSupport Hardware driver support Information on other products Concise programming guide Setting up the OMEGA radio network Quick Start Creating, editing, deleting and changing systems Adding, editing, deleting Master media Adding, editing, deleting special days Adding, editing, deleting time profiles Setting, editing, deleting times for the CEMO- NET timer Adding, editing, deleting users Adding, editing, deleting locking devices Programming locking devices Adding, editing, deleting locking media Editing, deleting locking plans Editing the user management Editing user profiles V-NET Quick Start OMEGA Server data backup Manual data backup Automated data backup Transmitting firmware updates OMEGA ACTIVE key systems OMEGA Mifare key systems Notes on Master media and locking media Loss of a Master or locking medium DESFire EV-1 locking media V-NET Locking Media OMEGA Software-Suite Page 4 of 344

5 Contents 18 Open ports Event messages Mifare/FLEX key systems V-NET locking systems ACTIVE key systems CEMO-NET key systems CEMO configuration commands Clear counters System information Explanation of the entries Trouble shooting Disposal Technical data Glossary Notes on the manufacturer's warranty Index OMEGA Software-Suite Page 5 of 344

6 Notes on the layout 2 Notes on the layout In these Operating Instructions, various elements are highlighted with defined layout features: Tips highlighted with this symbol contain additional information on the efficient use of CEStronics Suite. Reference to additional information Tips highlighted with this symbol identify program functions that are not enabled as a standard in all product families. Activation of these additional functions requires an additional license. Notes on the correct disposal Steps in a sequence of actions. Tips with this symbol require you to perform an action file path information a reference to a > software menu, > selection, > command or button OMEGA Software-Suite Page 6 of 344

7 Preface 3 Preface These Operating Instructions help you use the CEStronics OMEGA software suite ("CEStronics Suite") as intended, safely and advantageously. Any person who programs or operates CEStronics Suite must have read and understood the entire contents of these Operating Instructions. These Operating Instructions should always be kept within your reach for reference during the entire period of use of CEStronics Suite. These Fitting and Operating Instructions should be handed over to the end users. Be sure to use the most recent version of these Fitting and Operating Instructions. Updated versions are available free of charge at These Operating Instructions describe the installation and operation on a desktop PC with a monitor resolution of 1, pixels or higher. The display may differ from the Windows themes selected by you. If you install and use the CEStronics Suite software on a netbook, the screen display will differ from the illustrations in these Operating Instructions because the smaller monitor of a netbook requires a reduced display. All functions and operating elements, however, are identical and are used in the same way. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 7 of 344

8 Preface 3.1 Versions These Operating Instructions are only valid for: CEStronics Suite software CEMO Client, ACTIVE Client and Mifare Client are integral components of the CEStronics Suite software. 3.2 Manufacturer and Service The manufacturer of the CEStronics Suite is: CEStronics GmbH Friedrichstr Velbert, Germany Tel: +49 (0) Fax: +49 (0) For service support please contact your professional CEStronics partner. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 8 of 344

9 Preface 3.3 Target group These Operating Instructions are intended for trained fitting staff, maintenance staff and operators. As regards the use of these Operating Instructions it is assumed that the necessary technical knowledge on how to use the product as intended is available. The necessary product training is carried out by your professional partner or by CEStronics. If this has not yet taken place, please contact your professional CEStronics partner or CEStronics to obtain training on the product. NOTICE Fault condition of the entire system possible! If you program with CEStronics Suite, you must be clearly aware of the consequences of your programming to prevent undesired results. If there are functions of CEStronics Suite you do not understand, contact your professional CEStronics partner to obtain further information. Always satisfy yourself that your programming produces the desired result. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 9 of 344

10 For your safety 4 For your safety 4.1 Explanation of the safety notes These Operating Instructions include safety notes of the following types: NOTICE These notes warn against possible property or environmental damage. CAUTION CAUTION notes warn against hazards that may result in slight or medium injuries. WARNING WARNUNG notes warn against hazards that may result in medium to fatal injuries. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 10 of 344

11 For your safety 4.2 Intended use OMEGA CEStronics Suite serves for programming and granting authorizations for OMEGA door systems. The CEStronics Suite software is exclusively intended and may only be used for that purpose. This OMEGA software must not be amended in any way without our written consent. Any other use is considered to be improper and may result in property damage or even personal injury. CEStronics GmbH does not accept any liability for any damage resulting from improper use. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 11 of 344

12 For your safety 4.3 Basic safety notes Observe all warnings and notices in these Operating Instructions when you are programming and using CEStronics Suite software. Always keep these Operating Instructions near the computer on which the CEStronics Suite software is installed. To prevent danger to life and limb, the following safety instructions must be observed: Danger to life Make sure that your locking system does not expose any persons to any risk of fatal injuries in case of a power failure. If necessary, use uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems to ensure an uninterrupted operation of your locking system. Make sure that your PC with CEStronics Suite is always running while your connected locking systems and locking devices are in operation. Make sure that your locking system works perfectly. In emergencies, malfunctions may create a risk of fatal injuries. Always satisfy yourself that your programming translates into the desired function. People may not be able to open the door in emergencies and may be injured. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 12 of 344

13 For your safety Danger of suffocation Never allow children to play with packaging film and/or plastic bags. There is a risk that children pull them over their head and suffocate. Keep all packaging material out of the reach of children Danger of poisoning Always keep the supplied components of the CEStronics Suite software out of the reach of children. There is a risk that children swallow small parts Danger of property damage To prevent property damage, the following safety instructions should be observed: Only use accessories and spare parts recommended by CEStronics. Satisfy yourself during the installation that the CEStronics Suite software and all other system components are in perfect working order. Malfunctions of CEStronics Suite and other system components may compromise the functioning of the entire system. Observe all notes contained in the operating instructions for other system components. Observe the applicable directives and policies on the protection of personal data. Make sure that regular backups of the OMEGA Server database are made and you have access to the backup data. Make sure that your data are kept in a safe place and that no unauthorized person has access to your data. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 13 of 344

14 Introduction 5 Introduction 5.1 Description The CEStronics Suite software is a central component of an electronic security system. This software serves to grant access authorizations and to program system features. All required programming functions can be performed via the CEStronics Suite user interface. OMEGA Client is the control centre in the OMEGA radio frequency (RF) network. Thanks to its structure, an OMEGA RF network combines a high level of operating convenience with low management effort. It also reduces personnel expenses since virtually no time is lost by going to the locking devices for on-site data maintenance and programming. CEStronics Suite comprises the following applications: OMEGA ACTIVE Client OMEGA Mifare Client OMEGA FLEX Client OMEGA LEGIC Client CEMO Client The various applications can only be used if you have purchased a corresponding license. To purchase a license, please contact your professional CEStronics partner. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 14 of 344

15 Introduction Further features of the OMEGA software: All functions can be performed via the user interface. It provides a single user interface for all OMEGA key systems, including CEMO. Simple data transfer and migration from existing LEGIC systems. Central administration: no long distances in the building, convenient, fast and simple programming of all components from your desk (V-NET). High level of security due to automatic validity check, temporary validity and expiry date of the locking media. All you need is a commercial standard PC or a netbook/notebook with a network connection. Network capable thanks to client/server architecture. It has both single-user and network capability. Media numbers can be freely selected from 1 to You can manage any number of locking systems (optional, depending on your licenses). Remote capable (i. e. via CITRIX) You are always informed about the status of the granted authorizations and your programming. The current status of your locking system is available at a glance. User rights and password protection are saved in the software which ensures a maximum of security. Comprehensive and flexible options for printing and viewing your data entries and created plans facilitate the management of complex locking systems. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 15 of 344

16 Introduction 5.2 System requirements The following components are required for an OMEGA system (see also figure on the next page): OMEGA ACTIVE, Mifare, FLEX, LEGIC State-of-the-art PC (1, 2) with Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2013 (XP and Windows Server 2003 are no longer supported). 1 GHz processor, at least 1 GB RAM, at least 1 GB free hard disk memory. Network card (TCP/IP). Functioning TCP/IP network (optional). CD-ROM drive for the software installation from data carrier. Internet browser for installation via the CD menu. Free USB port for use of the RF-Stick and/or the Desktop Reader (optional). Internet connection for use of OMEGA QuickSupport (optional). Monitor with a resolution of 1, pixels or higher. OMEGA Access Points (4), maximum ten entry points per Access Point. CEStronics Suite software. At least one locking device (5). At least one installed motor cylinder (3, only applicable to CEMO installations). A valid license for the CEStronics Suite software. The RF-Stick (6) can be used either alone or in addition to Access Points (4) (optional). The programming cable (7) can be used either alone or in addition to Access Points (4) (Mifare systems only, optional). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 16 of 344

17 Introduction Online programming Offline programming OMEGA Software-Suite Page 17 of 344

18 Introduction OMEGA V-NET You require the following components for the OMEGA V-NET system (also see illustration on the next page) State-of-the-art PC (1, 2) with Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2013 (XP and Windows Server 2003 are no longer supported). 1 GHz processor, at least 1 GB RAM, at least 1 GB free hard disk memory. CD-ROM drive for software installation via data carrier. Internet browser for software installation via the CD menu. DTW desktop writer for importing and writing locking media. RF stick, wireless connection between PC and locking devices (max. distance 10 m). An existing Internet connection for using OMEGA Quicksupport (optional). Monitor with a minimum resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. OMEGA software. A valid licence for the software suite. At least one locking device. Additional components for an online system: Network card with TCP/IP protocol. An existing, efficient TCP/IP network. OMEGA access points for data transfer at validation terminal. Validation terminal, for validation of V-NET locking media. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 18 of 344

19 Introduction V-NET programming OMEGA Software-Suite Page 19 of 344

20 Introduction 1 Desktop PC, laptop, netbook 2 RF stick, for wireless connection between PC and locking devices (max. distance 10 m). For initial programming of the locking devices 3 OMEGA access points, for online programming and data reconciliation at the validation terminal 4 DTW desktop writer, for importing and writing locking media (5) 5 V-NET locking medium 6 V-NET locking devices 7 Wall terminal with validation function and NET option, checks and confirms the authorisation of your V-NET no. 5 locking medium After successful validation you can open the V-NET locking devices (6) with your V-NET locking medium (5). Items no. 1 7 as illustrated are optional and do not belong to the scope of delivery of the OMEGA software suite. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 20 of 344

21 Introduction 5.3 General structure of RF systems OMEGA ACTIVE RF systems 1 Desktop PC, laptop, netbook 2 OMEGA ACTIVE Access Points (max. 500 per system) 3 OMEGA ACTIVE locking devices (max. ten per Access Point) OMEGA Software-Suite Page 21 of 344

22 Introduction OMEGA Mifare, FLEX RF systems 1 Desktop PC, laptop, netbook 2 OMEGA Mifare Access Points (max. 500 per system) 3 OMEGA Mifare locking devices (max. ten per Access Point) 4 OMEGA Mifare Repeater (one Repeater per Access Point is possible) OMEGA Software-Suite Page 22 of 344

23 Introduction CEMO networks 1 Desktop PC, laptop, netbook 2 CEMO-NET motor cylinder (max. 5,000 per system, depending on license) OMEGA Software-Suite Page 23 of 344

24 Introduction 5.4 Scope of delivery The scope of delivery depends on your order and the purchased license. Before proceeding with the installation, please check the contents of the package and the scope of delivery: 1 Data medium containing the CEStronics Suite software 1 License key on the data medium, depending on your order (not for test or demo versions) 1 Operating Instructions Check your consignment for transport damage and inform your dealer promptly if any damage is found. WARNING In case of malfunctions, people may not be able to open the connected doors in emergencies and may be killed or injured. Please satisfy yourself that your door systems are suitable for your locking system. In cases of doubt please contact the manufacturer of your door systems or your door lock. Already take steps during the planning stage to prevent your locking system being able to endanger human life. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 24 of 344

25 Introduction 5.5 System components The following describes the components that can be combined in the OMEGA system: The listed options can be purchased from a specialized dealer in line with your requirements. A suitable netbook to be used as standard PC can be purchased from CEStronics; for other computers, please consult your specialized computer dealer. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 25 of 344

26 Introduction 1 Locking media (optional): Your locking devices can be operated with the following locking media: transponder key, key fob, card. 2 Locking cylinders and locking devices (optional) 3 Access Points and Repeater(s) (optional, Repeaters only for Mifare systems, max. distance with Repeater 40 m) 4 Optional PC (desktop, laptop or netbook) 5 CEMO motor cylinder (optional) 6 CEMO-NET online retrofit kit for online-capable CEMO- NET versions (optional) 7 CEMO-NET PoE retrofit kit for Power over Ethernet network connection (optional) 8 Validation terminal or keypoint, for the validation of V- NET locking media (optional) 9 RF-Stick (optional) for wireless connection between PC and locking devices (max. distance 10 m) 10 Programming cable (optional) for wired connection between PC and Mifare locking devices 11 Emergency Power Supply for the emergency opening of locking cylinders and IES fittings (optional) 12 DTW desktop reader/writer, for importing and writing locking media and master media via USB connection 13 Master cards (optional): use master cards to extend the range of functions of your locking devices manually OMEGA Software-Suite Page 26 of 344

27 Installation 6 Installation 6.1 Initial installation/single-user For the installation, configuration and full execution of all functions of CEStronics Suite, you need unlimited administrator rights. Set up the necessary administrator rights for the relevant PC s. Consult your system administrator to ensure that you have all the required rights and authorizations. The installation of CEStronics Suite requires administrator rights. The configuration of CEStronics Suite requires administrator rights. Running OMEGA Server as a service does not require administrator rights. Running OMEGA Client does not require administrator rights. Ensure faultless installation of the necessary hardware components on your PC. Your PC must be in faultless working order. Enable the necessary ports (see page 299). Insert the data medium with the CEStronics Suite software into your CD-ROM drive. Follow the instructions on the screen. Should the installation routine not start automatically, please proceed as follows: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 27 of 344

28 Installation Open your CD-ROM drive by double-clicking on the drive icon. Double-click on the file index.html. Your browser will be opened. Click on Ausführen (= Run) in the CEStronics Suite-Setup section (marked red). OR: Double-click on the installation file CEStronics Suite Install.exe. You will find this file in the Install folder. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 28 of 344

29 Installation Select the language for your installation. Click on Next to start with the installation. Continue with the installation by clicking on Next. Read the license agreement. Accept the license agreement. Select the target folder for the program files of CEStronics Suite. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 29 of 344

30 Installation Select the components you wish to install: For a full installation, select Complete. If you wish to select the components to be installed yourself, activate the respective components. At least OMEGA Client Installation must be activated. Define a name for the new program designations in your Start menu. Define by activating the checkboxes if the Setup shall create a Desktop icon an icon in the Quick Launch toolbar. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 30 of 344

31 Installation Check the Setup settings. Click on Install to start with the installation. Click on Finish to finish the installation. This completes the installation. After the installation, you should verify the proper functioning of CEStronics Suite: Open the OMEGA program folder in Windows. Double click on OMEGA Server Configuration. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 31 of 344

32 Installation The settings of OMEGA Server that are required for a perfect functioning are as follows: Click on the OMEGA Service tab. The status of OMEGA Server should be "Running". Click on the Database tab. You should see similar data for your system. Click on the User list tab. This list shows the users currently logged in at the server. If this list is empty, no users are currently logged in. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 32 of 344

33 Installation Click on the Plugins tab. Depending on the license you have purchased, the following tasks have been started: CEMO Task Mifare Task FLEX Task LEGIC Task OMEGA ACTIVE Task This completes the verification of the installation. You can now launch the main program. OMEGA Server must be running permanently to ensure perfect functioning. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 33 of 344

34 Installation 6.2 Client/server installation If you wish to install CEStronics Suite with several clients but only one server, proceed as follow: Perform a complete single-user installation at the server location, as described in the chapter "Initial installation/single user" (see page 27 ff.). You must have a suitable licence on the server for client/server operation. Licensing for the linked clients is made on the server. If no license is available, no connection will be established with the linked clients. Note the IP address of the server for the connection with the clients. Create the user accounts of the clients with user name and password on the server (see page 180 ff.). Perform the single-user installations of the clients as described in the previous chapter (see page 27 ff.). Establish the connection with the server from each linked client. Use the access data of the user accounts you have created on the server for this purpose. This completes the client/server installation Subsequent installation of a client If you wish to subsequently install a client for the client/server operation, proceed as follows: Extend your licence for client/server operation. Note the IP address of the server for the connection with the new client. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 34 of 344

35 Installation Create the user account of the new client with user name and password on the server (see page 180 ff.). Perform the single-user installation of the new client as described in chapter "Initial installation/single user" (see page 27 ff.). Establish the connection with the server from the newly installed linked client. Use the access data of the user account you have created on the server for this purpose. This completes the subsequent installation. 6.3 Subsequent installation of an option Additional options of the CEStronics Suite can be installed subsequently: In the client/server operation, the subsequently installed options will be available to all connected clients. In single-user operation, the subsequently installed options will only be available to the single user. If you wish to subsequently install an option of the CEStronics Suite software, proceed as follows: Perform the single-user installation as described in chapter "Initial installation/single user" (see page 27 ff.). In the step Select Components (see page 30), select the desired additional options by activating or deactivating the check box. Continue with the installation as described on page 27 ff. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 35 of 344

36 First steps 7 First steps 7.1 Log-in NOTICE Risk of unauthorized access and manipulation of the entire system! Change your user name and password after the first log-in. Keep these access data in a protected secure place Single-user log-in Launch the main program OMEGA Client by following the path Start Programs OMEGA. Verify that you are logging in with the correct server address. Click on the >> button (marked red). Verify in the Server address drop down list box if the IP address is set to " ". Log in with your user name and your password. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 36 of 344

37 First steps Upon delivery, the standard user is "ces" and the default password is "ces". The server address (IP address) for single-user log-in is always (localhost), unless you have defined a different IP address Client/server log-in If you log in in client/server operation, you must also state the IP address of the server: Click on the >> button (marked red). Select the desired server address. Use the IP address of the installed server (see page 34). Log in with your user name and your password. Use the access data of the user accounts you have created on the server (see page 34) for this purpose. The server address (IP address) is always localhost and cannot be used for remote server connections. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 37 of 344

38 First steps 7.2 User interface (UI) After successful log-in the user interface (UI) appears on the screen. Which processing options and menus are shown depends on the license you have purchased. As a result, the UI may differ in appearance (see also table on page 41): The product families OMEGA Passive EM4102 and OMEGA Hitag (11) are only available under an OMEGA ACTIVE license. The product family CEMO (11) is available under OMEGA ACTIVE and OMEGA Mifare licenses OMEGA ACTIVE UI OMEGA Software-Suite Page 38 of 344

39 First steps OMEGA Mifare, LEGIC, FLEX UI OMEGA CEMO UI OMEGA Software-Suite Page 39 of 344

40 First steps OMEGA V-NET UI OMEGA Software-Suite Page 40 of 344

41 First steps Functional areas of the user interface No. Identification Input area* Description This is the area where you make your settings. It varies depending on the menu selection. See page 43. PC status display This section of the status line provides information on - OMEGA client real time clock - Activated CAPS LOCK key - Activated NUM key. See page 43. Client status display* Log display switch-over* Log display * General menu Other menu* This section of the status line provides information on server name, user, system number, programming status and connection to your locking devices. See page 44. Here you can switch over the log display (5) between system messages, events and programming status. See page 47. This shows you messages on the system and the status of your programming. See page 47. This menu allows you to close your system and log users in and out. See page 48. Changes that need to be programmed are entered in the list of changes. The menu item "Programmer" shows you further information on all processed tasks in a log file. See page 49. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 41 of 344

42 First steps Events menu* Devices menu* System menu Product family menu* Upper menu bar All events at the system are logged here. You can filter the events by using search criteria. See page 51. This menu allows you to manage the linked devices and their locking media as well as the locking plan for the entire locking system. See page 55. This menu serves to manage and edit your system, Master media, time profiles and users. See page 67. This menu allows you to select your system with which you want to work. See page 61. The upper menu bar allows you to make basic settings for OMEGA Client. See page 64. * Whether these GUI components are displayed or not depends on your license, and their appearance varies depending on the OMEGA system you are currently working on (ACTIVE, Mifare, Hitag, Passive EM4102 or CEMO). The menus in the left side menu column (no. 6-10/11) can be extended and reduced by clicking on the double arrow icon: The menu is reduced (folded). The menu is extended (unfolded). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 42 of 344

43 First steps Input area In this section, you enter your programming and settings. The window differs depending on the function selected. The input area always appears in the right-hand section of the user interface (marked by the broken red line). By double clicking on the grey dotted area at the bottom margin of the input area, you open and close the log display Status line PC status This section of the status line shows you the real time of the current session and the status of the CAPS LOCK and NUM keys of your PC keyboard. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 43 of 344

44 First steps Status line - client status This section of the status line provides information on the: server (in the example: ) user (in the example: CES) selected system (in the example: system Anlage OF ) current status of the OMEGA client and the CEMO-NET client (in the example: "System ready") programming jobs (in the example: "RF-Stick ready") - For status messages for OMEGA ACTIVE, OMEGA Mifare/FLEX, please refer to page For status messages for CEMO-NET, please refer to page 63. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 44 of 344

45 First steps Status messages OMEGA systems Message Meaning There are no programming jobs to be transmitted. The data transmission with the locking device has been completed, the device can no be disconnected from the PC. The RF stick waits for authorisation of the locking device with the RF STICK MASTER. Data transfer completed, data synchronised subsequently (not illustrated) Transmission of programming jobs in progress. Your programmed time profiles must still be transmitted to the locking devices. A programming cable is plugged in but no locking device. Faultless connection of the RF stick to the OMEGA software; orders can be processed. A locking device is connected and the device data are being read. The events of the locking device are being read. Data transmission in progress. No programming cable for transmitting data to the locking device is plugged in. There are programming jobs to be transmitted. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 45 of 344

46 First steps CP 100 programming device for data transfer to your locking device not connected. Authorise the RF stick that belongs to this system (error message on account of incorrect system classification). An error occurred during data transfer. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 46 of 344

47 First steps Log display switch-over In this section of the user interface, you can select the type of the displayed log messages: Log-display messages The section of the screen allows you to view different types of server status messages. In the System messages window, OMEGA Server provides various data on the entire system. In the Programming status window, you can see all current programming jobs and their current status. In the Events window, you can view all current events in real time. Example of system messages: Example of programming status messages : Example of event messages : OMEGA Software-Suite Page 47 of 344

48 First steps These messages are continuously updated during the current session. You can select which parameters are displayed (the available options depend on your license and the system you are working on). Click on the button in the top left corner of the message table and the drop down list shown below appears where you can click on the parameters you want to view Left side General menu The "General" menu of the left side menu column serves to open and close your locking system and to log users in and out. Afterwards you can open a new system and log in a new user. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 48 of 344

49 First steps Left side Programming menu The "Programming" menu of the left side menu column does not appear if you are using a license for the CEMO control panel. If you make changes in your locking system, these changes are temporarily saved in a List of changes until they are transmitted to your locking devices. All amendments to be programmed are listed here. Amendment programming is carried out separately according to online devices, offline devices and media. Locking media are only visible with installed V-NET licence and online devices only with installed online licence. Use this menu item to view all changes to be programmed and start the programming of the changes. If you click on Program (or right-click and select Program changes), programming is started immediately. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 49 of 344

50 First steps If you select Programmer, all existing programming devices are listed. If the programming device you are looking for does not appear in the list, you can search for it by clicking on the Find button: For confirmation, status messages appear in the status line (see page 45). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 50 of 344

51 First steps Left side Events menu In the "Events" menu of the left side menu column, you will find all events that occur during operation. All users, devices and media are captured. In this menu, you can select various events for display. The attendance list option permits examination as to whether individuals in a building are present or absent; also see page 233. The data of Evaluate events and Analyse journal can also be exported: Click on the desired function (Evaluate events or Analyse journal). Click on Export Files in the upper window bar or use the right mouse button: Select the format in which you want to save the exported data (*.xls, *.html, *.csv, *.xml). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 51 of 344

52 First steps The displayed events can be filtered by various criteria to reduce the number of events that are shown. To filter the events, proceed as follows: To select a certain locking device, click on the Device pulldown menu and select your device. To select a certain locking medium, click on the Medium pull-down menu and select your locking medium. To select a certain person, click on the Person pull-down menu and select your person. To filter according to certain occurrences, click on the Occurrence pull-down menu and select the desired occurrence. To select a time limit, click on the Date/Time From and Date/Time Until pull-down menu and select the time slot on the calendar in which you wish to search for occurrences. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 52 of 344

53 First steps A"*"in the drop down list box includes all options within the selection. To view the filtered events click on Execute. To reset the filtering, click on Reset. An overview of all event messages can be found on page 300. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 53 of 344

54 First steps Read events from locking media (only V-NET) If your locking media are set to Event Record, a maximum number of 48 events will be stored in your locking medium (the event record must be defined for the locking medium beforehand). You can read these out using the DTW desktop writer: Check in the media editor whether event record has been activated for your locking medium. Place your locking medium on the DTW desktop writer. Click on import events in the event editor. You will receive an acknowledgement message; acknowledge with yes. The events will be imported and displayed in the event window. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 54 of 344

55 First steps Journal function The Journal function serves to record user actions. The journal function has a ring memory function (FIFO) for a maximum recording period of one year. After this period, the oldest entries are overwritten with the new entries. After a right-click you can: optimize the column width export data records (format: *.xls, *.html, *.csv, *.xml) You can delete individual or all datasets (corresponding authorisation must be set up for this; see chapter User Administration on page 78). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 55 of 344

56 First steps Reference list function The reference list is not illustrated in netbook operation on account of low monitor resolution. Menu System > Persons Possible displays For which locking device and locking medium is the person authorized? Displayed data: device name, building/level/ room/door, number of the locking medium with UID number, time profiles. Right mouse button: display of media data or personal data, optimise column width and print displayed list. Authorisation > Devices Authorisation > Media For which locking device is the locking medium authorized? Displayed data: number of the locking medium with UID number and mechanical number, current status, issued/returned, period of validity, name of the person, time profiles. After a right-click you can: display media data or device data, optimize the column width and print the displayed list. For which locking device is the person authorized? Displayed data: device name, building/level/ room/door, time profiles. Right mouse button: optimise column width, print black list data (V-NET only) and displayed list. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 56 of 344

57 First steps The "Reference list on/off" menu item does not appear if you are using a license for the CEMO control panel. The reference list shows for the selected devices which media and / or persons are authorized there. The reference list is not illustrated in netbook operation on account of low monitor resolution. The reference list can be enabled or disabled after a right-click in the various menus (see also table on the previous page): In the lower section, you can filter the displayed data: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 57 of 344

58 First steps After a right-click you can select further options: Example: You want to know for which locking device which locking medium has been issued. Proceed as follows: Click on Devices. Enable the reference list by clicking with your right mouse key and then on Reference list on/off. Select the locking device for which the information is to be displayed. The reference list shows you all referenced locking media of this locking device. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 58 of 344

59 First steps Menu authorisations The "Authorisation" menu of the left side menu column includes the following items: The Black List entry only appears if a V-NET licence has been installed. If you are using a license for the CEMO control panel, only these two items are displayed. Your devices (locking cylinder, IES fitting, wall terminal = locking devices) must first be entered in the software before a link can be created with users and time profiles. To enter devices, click on Devices (see "Managing locking devices" on page 85). Your keys (= locking media) must likewise first be entered in the software before a link can be created with users and time profiles. To enter your locking media, click on Media (see "Managing locking media" on page 141). To enter locking plans, click on Locking plan or CEMO control panel (see "Managing locking plans" on page 148). In the menu item Locking plan (for CEMO-NET: CEMO control panel) you link locking devices with locking media. The Black List shows blocked / lost locking media and offers functions for editing (see Use black list on page 154 ff.) OMEGA Software-Suite Page 59 of 344

60 First steps Left side System menu The "System" menu of the left side menu column includes the following items: If you are using a license for the CEMO control panel, only these two items are displayed. To edit the selected system, click on System (page 67). Define the Master media authorized for the selected system (page 68). Define the special days that include deviations from the regular locking plan (page 71). Define the time profiles for your locking plan (page 73). Define the users of the locking system (page 78 ff.). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 60 of 344

61 First steps Left side Product family menu The displayed menu varies depending on your licensed OMEGA system. In the "Product family" menu of the left side menu column, you select your OMEGA system. The display differs depending on the license you have purchased. The example below shows one possibility (other combinations are possible): The display for OMEGA ACTIVE systems is shown in the picture; this display is not available for the other systems. CEMO-NET systems will be loaded in addition on all systems (only if licence valid). Select the product family for which you have purchased a license. Perform the desired editing operations. Product family OMEGA ACTIVE/ OMEGA Passive EM4102/ OMEGA Hitag OMEGA Mifare, OMEGA FLEX, OMEGA LEGIC, OMEGA V-NET CEMO-NET Required license To edit OMEGA ACTIVE systems, you need an OMEGA ACTIVE license. With an OMEGA ACTIVE license, you can also edit OMEGA Hitag key systems. You require a separate OMEGA licence in each case to process the four different OMEGA systems. To edit CEMO-NET systems, you need an CEMO-NET license. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 61 of 344

62 First steps Left side CEMO control panel menu The "CEMO control panel" menu only appears if a license for CEMO-NET Client has been installed. The "CEMO control panel" menu allows you to manage your installed motor cylinders. The CEMO control panel displays all linked installed motor cylinders in a clear overview (example: CEMO motor cylinder #1). On each motor cylinder, the CEMO control panel displays the related status messages. Double-click on the name of the motor cylinder to edit the related settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 62 of 344

63 First steps CEMO control panel status messages Message Meaning No programming jobs are waiting to be transmitted. The system is ready. Safe condition: the motor cylinder has locked the door. The operation triggered by you is being performed. Programming jobs are being transmitted. The motor cylinder has latched the door but has not locked it with the dead bolt. This corresponds to Daytime mode. The door is closed with the latch bolt. There are programming jobs to be transmitted. A key has been inserted on the outside of the lock. The motor cylinder has unlocked the lock and provides access. The door is open. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 63 of 344

64 First steps Upper menu bar The upper menu bar comprises the following menus: Upper File menu The File menu in the upper menu bar allows you to change users, log in and log out and close the program (page 149) Upper System menu The System menu in the upper menu bar allows you to change the locking system as well as open and close locking systems (page 169) Upper Go to menu From the Go to menu in the upper menu bar, you can directly select the individual submenus of the lateral menu column, i.e. System, Master media, Special days, Time profiles, Persons, Devices, Media, Locking plan, Evaluate events, Analyse journal (page 174). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 64 of 344

65 First steps Upper View menu The View menu in the upper menu bar allows you to switch over the input area between full screen mode and normal window size. You can also enable and disable the display of the events, system messages and programming status messages (page 175) Upper Programming menu The Programming menu in the upper menu bar allows you to transmit all jobs from the List of Changes and/or reprogram your locking devices (page 175) Upper Settings menu The Settings menu in the upper menu bar provides access to the following functions: Configuration of OMEGA Server (page 32). User management (page 78). System management (page 67). Selection of the language of OMEGA Client (page 191). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 65 of 344

66 Operation 8 Operation NOTICE Fault condition of the entire key system possible! Always satisfy yourself the your programming translates into the desired result. NOTICE Risk of unauthorized access to your key system! You must always protect your entire system against unauthorised access and attempts at manipulation. CAUTION Risk of injury due to malfunctions of the key system! Prevent hazardous situations where individuals are not able to open their doors and can be injured or killed. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 66 of 344

67 Operation 8.1 Managing systems The left side "System" submenu allows you to enter the most important information on your locking system. The fields "E System Number" and "Type" cannot be changed, all other fields can be used to identify your systems according to your wishes. Click on System to edit your locking system. A new window opens: Complete the fields with your data. The fields "E System Number" and "Type" already contain default values. Click on Accept to save your input. Other options for managing locking systems are described in the "System management" chapter from page 169 onwards. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 67 of 344

68 Operation 8.2 Managing Master media The left side "Master media" submenu allows you to manage your optional Master media. Click on Master media to open the editing window. To create a new Master, click on the Add Master button. The Master media editor window appears in which you can enter the data of your new Master medium. The Type list box shows which types of Master medium are available (in the example: PROGRAM-MASTER). The Owner list box allows you to select the person authorized for this Master medium. The other fields can be completed as required. To save your settings, click on the Save button. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 68 of 344

69 Operation If you wish to print a list of all entered Master media, click on the Print button in the overview window. If you wish to print details of the individual Master medium, click on the Print button in the Master media editor window. The "Read medium" button allows you to read in your Master media with the optional Desktop Reader (see page 225). To read your Master media with the optional Desktop Reader, proceed as follows: Connect your Desktop Reader with a free USB port of your PC. The Power LED of the Desktop Reader goes on. Ensure that the required driver is installed correctly. For assistance with the driver installation, please refer to page 234 ff. "Support on the Software CD". If the driver is installed correctly, the button "Read medium" is enabled in the Master media editor window. The Desktop Reader can now be used. Place your Master medium on the Desktop Reader. Click on Read medium. Complete the other fields in the Master media editor window as required. To save your settings, click on the Save button. This completes the reading process. The read-in Master medium will now appear in the list. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 69 of 344

70 Operation To search for Master media with the optional Desktop Reader, proceed as follows: Install the Desktop Reader as described. Place your Master medium on the Desktop Reader. Click on the Find Master button. The Master medium is recognized and its details are displayed in the Master media editor window. If the Master medium has not yet been entered, an error message "Master not found" appears. In this case, you must first enter the Master medium in the list (Master media > Add Master). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 70 of 344

71 Operation 8.3 Managing special days The left side "Special days" submenu allows you to program and manage special days. Up to 100 special days can be entered. Click on Special days to open the editing window. To create a new special day, click on the Add special day button. The Special day editor window appears in which you can enter the data of your new special day. The "From" and "To" selection fields allow you to select your special days from a drop-down calendar: All other fields can be completed as required. Example: The illustration shows the programming of special days from 7 February 2012 to 9 February 2012, i.e. three days in total. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 71 of 344

72 Operation The special days will be shown additionally in the time profile, see next chapter. Once your Special Day has expired, it will be automatically deleted. After generation of your Special Day you must programme the amendments for this. To transfer the amendments, click on Amendment List > Programme Amendments. If you program changes in the special days, the system data must be retransmitted. Changes will only be effective after their transmission has been completed. See the status messages in the status line. See the status messages in your time profiles. These will signal if you still have to transmit data. An overview of the status messages can be found on page 45 and page 63 (CEMO-NET). Click on the Print button to print out a list of all programmed special days. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 72 of 344

73 Operation 8.4 Creating time profiles The Time Profiles menu is displayed on all installed OMEGA systems with the exception of CEMO-NET. With CEMO-NET systems you do not have the possibility to create time profiles. You can however use the Timer function for this purpose (Devices > Edit device > Timer, see page 114) The left side Time profiles submenu allows you to program and manage your time profiles. Click on Time profiles to open the Time profiles overview window. To create a new time profile, click on the New time profile button: The Time profile editor window opens in which you can enter the data of your new time profile. For each of Window 1 to Window 3 you can enter the Start and the End times of your time profiles. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 73 of 344

74 Operation Abbreviation MO, TU, WE, TH, FR SA, SU SD Meaning Monday to Friday Saturday and Sunday Special day Always select a meaningful name for your time profile. This will provide a better overview and a simpler allocation to the individual persons or groups. e.g. "Any time" or "Services group", or "Cleaning staff, mornings". After you have completed and saved your input, you see the overview window with the created time profiles: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 74 of 344

75 Operation Example 1: In the figure below, three time profiles have been created, time profile 1 to time profile 3. Time profile 1 is highlighted. In the bottom section, a preview of the time profile 1 (green) is shown. For the time profile 1, only one time window for Mondays to Sundays was programmed. This time window is 07:00 to 17:00 on Mondays to Fridays and 10:00 to 16:00 on Saturdays and Sundays. Special days with three time windows have been programmed. Outside these periods, no access is possible. If you click on the Print button in the Time profiles overview window, a list of all created time profiles is printed. If you click on the Print button in the Time profile editor window, all times of the selected time profile are printed. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 75 of 344

76 Operation Example 2: In the figure, the time profile 2 is highlighted and shown in the lower section. In time profile 2, only a single time window was programmed. The time window is 08:00 to 16:00 on Mondays to Thursdays, 08:00 to 15:00 on Fridays and 10:00 to 13:00 on Saturdays and Sundays. No special days have been programmed. Outside these periods, no access is possible. Click on the button in the upper left corner as shown in this figure to select the columns to be displayed. You can select the display of the columns as you desire. You can define a maximum of three time windows for each day. Please note that the time windows must be entered in chronological order (00:00 23:59). The identification of the days is the same as described in the table on page 74 or page 125. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 76 of 344

77 Operation If you make changes in the time profiles, you must program these changes into all devices. Changes will only be effective after their transmission has been completed. See status messages in the status line. An overview of the status messages can be found on page 45 or page 63 (CEMO-NET). The following shortcuts facilitate the input of data: STRG + cursor keys: navigation within the fields (left, right, up, down) STRG + R: resetting a complete line to 00:00 STRG + SHIFT + R: resetting all fields to 00:00 STRG + SHIFT + : copying all cells left of the current cell (including the cell in which the cursor is positioned) to the next line. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 77 of 344

78 Operation 8.5 Managing users The Persons menu is displayed on all installed OMEGA systems with the exception of CEMO-NET. With CEMO-NET systems, you do not have the possibility to create personal profiles. The left side Persons submenu allows you to program and manage the users of the locking system. Click on Persons to open the Persons overview window. To create a new user, click on the Add persons button. The Person editor window opens in which you can enter the data of your new user. Complete the fields as required. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 78 of 344

79 Operation If you wish, you can add a picture of the user. To do so, move your mouse into the Picture section, right-click and select Paste. Select the desired picture from the location where it is saved. Click on Save to save your input or Cancel to close without saving. Click on the Details tab to enter further data on the person. Finally click on Save. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 79 of 344

80 Operation After you have entered the user data, you can assign the user to user groups. To group created users, proceed as follows: Select the person that you want to assign to a group by highlighting it in the editing window (highlighted in blue, see figure on page 78). Open the Person editor window. Click on the Grouping tab. The Available groups field shows all groups, to which the person can be assigned. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 80 of 344

81 Operation Highlight the group to which you want to assign the user (see figure) and click on the > button. For information on the creation of a user profile, click on the "Information" tab: To accept the entries, click on the Save button. If you want to leave without saving, click on the Cancel button. Your user has now been assigned to Group 1. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 81 of 344

82 Operation Button Meaning Moves all groups to the Assigned groups field Moves the highlighted group to the Assigned groups field Moves the highlighted group to the Available groups field Moves all groups to the Available groups field Grouping of users is also possible by Drag&Drop in the Persons overview window: Highlight the desired user as shown (in the example: User 10). Hold the left mouse key down and drag the highlighted user into the desired group (in the example: Group 3). Release the left mouse key. This will add User 10 to Group 3. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 82 of 344

83 Operation If you click on the Print button in the Persons window, a list of all created users is printed. If you click on the Print button in the "Person editor window", all data of the selected user are printed. If you right-click in the window, you can change the display in the Persons window: Tabular display Tabular display with Group Explorer OMEGA Software-Suite Page 83 of 344

84 Operation Display with preview of user data Card display OMEGA Software-Suite Page 84 of 344

85 Operation 8.6 Managing locking devices You can install, programme and edit your locking devices in the Authorisation menu item. The availability of the editing options depends on your license and may differ from the following description. The display varies depending on the selected key system. In this chapter an OMEGA ACTIVE locking system is used as an example for operation; operation is roughly the same for other OMEGA locking systems. Programming of CEMO-NET locking devices is different and is described on page 112 ff Adding, renaming, deleting groups To create a new group, move your pointer into Group Explorer section and right-click on "All devices" and then click on the "Add group" button. Proceed the same way to rename or delete groups. If you click on the Print button in the Group Explorer overview window, a list of all entered devices is printed. If you click on the Print button in the Device editor window, all data of the selected device are printed. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 85 of 344

86 Operation To enter a new locking device, click on the Add device button: Select the device from the drop-down list: Drop-down list Key system OMEGA ACTIVE key systems OMEGA Mifare key systems OMEGA FLEX and V-NET key systems CEMO-NET key systems OMEGA Software-Suite Page 86 of 344

87 Operation Within the Devices submenu, you also have the following options: Click on the Edit device button to edit an entered device. Click on the Delete device button to delete an entered device. Click on the Print button, to print a list of all entered devices. Click on the Update view button to create or update a list of all installed devices OMEGA ACTIVE device editor After you have clicked on the Add device button, the input window appears in which you can enter data of your new locking device. Only devices that have been enabled (read in) can be edited. All other devices are not visible. The fields UID, Type, Serial number and Firmware are filled in automatically when the locking device is read in and cannot be edited. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 87 of 344

88 Operation The other fields can be used to enter data according to your requirements: Field State Office Function (optional, license required) Name Meaning Select: Mounted / Not mounted / Defective. Use this selection to provide additional information. Select: On / OFF. Also indicated is the number of devices that you can still assign the Office Function (depends on your license, in the example: "available 6") Text input field. Assign a meaningful name to your locking device. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 88 of 344

89 Operation Mode Length inside / Length outside* Mechanical number Fitted on Opening period Wake-up interval HF-Timeout Select: Online / Offline. Here you define whether your locking device operates in the RF network (Online) or is programmed manually and has no connection to the RF network (Offline). List boxes: Select these additional data e.g. for subsequent orders. Text input field. Enter additional information i.e. to identify your locking device. Drop-down calendar: Select the fitting date as additional information about the current service life of your locking device. Default = 5 seconds. An input is only possible in Online mode. The opening time can be set in 1 second increments. Default = 15 minutes. An input is only possible in Online mode. The feedback to the CEStronics Suite (wakeup interval) can be set in 1 minute increments. If you change this parameter, this will have an impact on the battery life. Relevant for ACTIVE only: Default = 400 ms. An input is only possible in Online mode. The feedback to the CEStronics Suite (wakeup interval) can be set in 10 ms increments. If you change this parameter, this will have an impact on the battery life. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 89 of 344

90 Operation HF-Debug Building, Room, Level, Door Comment Relevant for ACTIVE only: Default = OFF. An input is only possible in Online mode. If ON, the LEDs in the locking device will permit trouble shooting. If you change this parameter, this will have an impact on the battery life. Text input fields: Assign clear location names to identify your locking device. Text input field: Use this field for any other information you may wish to add. * only for locking cylinders Click on the Save button to save your settings. Click on the Cancel button to leave the editing window without saving. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 90 of 344

91 Operation OMEGA Mifare, OMEGA FLEX, V-NET device editor After you have clicked on the Add device button, the input window appears in which you can enter data of your new locking device. Obtain further editing possibilities by clicking on the right mouse button (used in the example: System V-NET). Only devices that have been enabled (read in) can be edited. All other devices are not visible. The fields UID, Type, Serial number, Firmware and Safety mode are filled in automatically when the locking device is read in and cannot be edited. NOTICE Risk of overcoming the security system! Check that your locking device operates in the desired security mode. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 91 of 344

92 Operation The security mode cannot be changed by you because it is set by the manufacturer. The desired mode was already stated when the locking device was ordered. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 92 of 344

93 Operation The other fields can be used to enter data according to your requirements: Field Status Area zones Beeper Serial number Firmware Office Function Name Mode Length inside / outside* Meaning Select: Mounted / Not mounted / Defective. Use this selection to provide additional information. Use area zones to summarise doors that have all been allocated the same authorisation (see next chapter). Switch the installed locking device beeper on or off to suit your wishes. If available, the serial number of the locking device is displayed in this field. You are not able to change the entry. The firmware version of the locking device is displayed in this field. Select: On / OFF. Also indicated is the number of devices that you can still assign the Office Function (depends on your license, in the example: "available 0") Text input field: Enter a meaningful name for your locking device. Select: Online / Offline. Only NET devices can be switched Online or Offline. Here you define whether your locking device operates in the RF network (Online) or is programmed manually and has no connection to the RF network (Offline). This function is downward compatible to older locking devices. /N and /T devices can only be operated offline. List boxes: Select these additional data e.g. for subsequent orders. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 93 of 344

94 Operation Mechanical number Fitted on Opening period Wake-up interval Operating mode Text input field. Enter this number as an additional information i.e. to identify your locking device. Drop-down calendar: Select the fitting date as additional information about the current service life of your locking device. Default = 5 minutes. An input is possible in Online or Offline mode. The opening time can be set in 1 second increments. Default = 15 minutes. An input is only possible in Online mode. The feedback to the CEStronics Suite (wakeup interval) can be set in 1 minute increments. If you change this parameter, this will have an impact on the battery life. The wake-up interval defines how often the locking device links up with the server via the Access Point to receive programming jobs or other information, if any. If no information is available, the device returns to sleep mode. In the Wake-on-Radio mode the waking up of the device is controlled by a radio bearer. The device "listens" and connects whenever a bearer is detected. With this setting, a programming job can be immediately transmitted from the server as the locking device is woken up by the radio signal. If you change this parameter, this will have an impact on the battery life. Building, Room, Level, Door Text input fields: Assign clear location names to identify your locking device. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 94 of 344

95 Operation Comment Text input field: Use this field for any other information you may wish to add. * only for locking cylinders Click on the Save button to save your settings. Click on the Cancel button to leave the editing window without saving Define area zones On OMEGA V-NET systems you are able to define the area zones. Area zones are used to summarise doors that have all been allocated the same authorisation. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 95 of 344

96 Operation The locking authorisations that you have allocated to an area zone are valid for all locking devices in this area zone. Hence, you have these possibilities for the allocation and organisation of your authorisations: Type Define groups Define authorisations Define time profiles Office function Define enabling time profile/ blocking time profile Function You can summarise locking devices, locking media and persons to make groups. There are no further possibilities for editing. You can summarise locking devices to make area zones. In area zones you are able to link area zones and persons together. You can allocate a maximum of 198 area zones per system and locking medium. You can allocate a maximum of 31 time profiles per system. The office function allows the user to switch the doors between standard admittances (permanently open mode, see page 128 ff.). In the device editor you are able to allocate a maximum of three time windows to each locking device. There is a maximum of three different time windows per day for each profile. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 96 of 344

97 Operation Before you organise your authorisations, please make a general plan to enter all the allocated authorisations. CAUTION Possible risk of injury due to a misprogrammed locking system. Prevent hazardous situations where individuals are not able to open their doors and can be injured or killed. Please proceed as follows to define your area zones: Click on Authorisations > Area Zones. Use the right mouse button to click on the Editor Window and activate Area Zones Explorer (activated: tick in front of entry). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 97 of 344

98 Operation If you have already defined area zones, these will appear in area zones explorer. Click with the right mouse button to add further area zones. Then double click on the locking medium in the media editor to which you wish to allocate an area (locking medium no. 217 used in the example): OMEGA Software-Suite Page 98 of 344

99 Operation Then click on the tab Authorisations > Area Zones to allocate your area zones. Area zones that have already been allocated an authorisation are no longer available for the same locking medium. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 99 of 344

100 Operation Double click on the area zone that you wish to allocate (you can also shift the area zone by means of drag&drop), building 102 is used in the example: By double clicking, the area zone is shifted to the Authorisations field. If you double click in the Authorisations field again, the entry (e.g. Building 101 ) is shifted back to Area Zones again. Allocate your desired time profile. Click on the list field and select your desired time profile: If necessary, activate the Office Function box (see page 128) by clicking once: The office function is activated deactivated OMEGA Software-Suite Page 100 of 344

101 Operation Double click on your device that you wish to authorise: Select your desired time profile for the device: When you have allocated all the desired authorisations, programme your locking medium. You require a connected and functioning DTW desktop writer for programming (also see page 225). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 101 of 344

102 Operation Place your locking medium that is to receive the authorisations on the DTW desktop writer. Click on Format. If programming has been successful, you will receive an acknowledgement message: Finally, save the editing. You will then receive the message Programming Necessary in the status indicator line: Programme your locking devices with the RF stick. Use the RF Stick Master for authorisation of programming. Click on Programme Amendments in the software suite. You will receive this status message to indicate that the RF stick is ready to transfer the data: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 102 of 344

103 Operation Authorize the RF- STICK-MASTER at your locking device. Your locking device will transmit a short green signal to indicate acknowledgement. Your locking device will flash green during the programming procedure; completion of programming is also confirmed by a green signal. Repeat this procedure for every relevant locking device. Check in the Programming Status area whether all programming orders have been transferred correctly. The procedure must be completed in full in order to programme the next locking device. An error message will appear if the procedure has not been completed. If all programming orders have been transferred correctly and no more amendments have to be programmed, you will receive these two status messages in the status bar: Programming is now completed. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 103 of 344

104 Operation If you have optional validation terminals in your system, the amendments will immediately be allocated as programming order. See the amendment list to check the existing amendments. Then click on Programming to transfer the amendments. Check the Protocol Display to see whether the programming order was transferred correctly. If you receive error messages after programming, repeat the procedure and check the locking medium. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 104 of 344

105 Operation Tab device data OMEGA V-NET The V-NET series device data provide additional functions: Device data validation terminal, wall terminal * Display only on validation terminal Device data lock cylinder OMEGA Software-Suite Page 105 of 344

106 Operation Function Relevance Area zones Define the area zones to which the locking device or validation device is applied. You can specify up to 198 area zones per system and locking medium. Relay mode* Specify the mode for the relay to connect the authorisation: Off = Relays are not activated, authorisations will not be checked. Validity and blocking status will be checked. The terminal updates the expiry date and reads out occurrences if applicable (if the function is activated). We recommend this setting if the wall terminal only has a validation function. Impulse = The relay is connected for as long as the period defined for opening time. Toggle = For every authorisation the relay is toggled between two states; the delay can be adjusted. Deadman = The relay is connected as long as a locking medium is in the field. The delay can be adjusted. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 106 of 344

107 Operation Available validation possibilities The following examples portray the available validation possibilities (= validity checks) of validation terminals (V-NET system only): Example 1 Validation is possible at any time. The expiry date is set to relative as from the point in time plus indication in the Value field. Possible range of values in the Scale menu: hours, days, weeks. Without a validation terminal the authorisation of the locking medium would expire after 24 hours at the latest. Example 2 Validation can be carried out on all days in the range of the selected skeleton time 00:00 23:59. The authorisation of the locking medium is extended by one day, except on special days (the ST entry in the tick box is deactivated). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 107 of 344

108 Operation Example 3 Validation can be carried out on weekdays Monday to Friday in the range of the selected skeleton time 06:00 18:00. The locking medium is not checked on Saturdays, Sundays and special days. The authorisation of the locking medium is extended by one day, with the exception of Saturdays, Sundays and special days. Example 4 Validation is possible at any time, but only once a day. The expiry date is set to relative as from the point in time plus indication in the Value field. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 108 of 344

109 Operation Switching between online/offline mode Switching between online/offline mode depends on the licence you have acquired as well as the configuration of your devices and can differ from this description. Switching is only possible on devices with /NET function as well as on a wall terminal with validation option. Switching is not possible on CEMO-NET systems. Depending on the design ordered, you can use your locking devices in online mode or offline mode. Online mode = You have installed an existing RF-NET or V NET radio system and exchange data via these radio networks. Offline mode = You do not have a radio network at your disposal and programme your locking devices via RF stick. See page 192. You require the optional RF INI MASTER master card to change between the online and offline mode of your locking devices. If applicable, OMEGA ACTIVE locking devices must be reactivated during switching by briefly turning the outside knob. (For ACTIVE-IES fittings: touch the read sensor with your finger). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 109 of 344

110 Operation Please proceed as follows to switch between the two modes: Set online mode 1. Click on Online under Authorisation > Devices > Edit Device > Device Data in the mode list field. Save your selection, leave the device editor. This sets the locking device to online mode within the software suite. 2. Hold the RF INI MASTER in front of your locking device for about one second. You will receive a short one-off signal as acknowledgement (1 x green LED and 1 x beeper). Online mode is now switched on for your locking device. 3. Check in the device editor after a certain period of time to see whether your locking device is in online mode: If not, refresh the view. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 110 of 344

111 Operation Set offline mode 1. Click on Offline under Authorisation > Devices > Edit Device > Device Data in the mode list field. Save your selection, leave the device editor. This sets the locking device to offline mode within the software suite. 2. Hold the RF INI MASTER in front of your locking device for about three seconds. You will receive a slightly longer signal as acknowledgement (1 x green LED and 2 x beeper). Offline mode is now switched on for your locking device. 3. Check in the device editor after a certain period of time to see whether your locking device is in offline mode: If not, repeat the procedure. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 111 of 344

112 Operation Device data tab: CEMO-NET After you have clicked on the Add device button, the Edit devices input window appears in which you can enter data of your new motor cylinder. The tabs in the Edit devices window comprise the following options: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 112 of 344

113 Operation Only correctly installed devices can be edited. All other devices are not visible. The Type field is set by the manufacturer and cannot be edited. The Server IP-Address depends on the connected OMEGA Server and can only be changed when you change your connection to the OMEGA Server Device data tab In the Device data tab, you define the basic data of your motor cylinder: Enter the programmed IP address of the motor cylinder. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 113 of 344

114 Operation Enable or disable the installed timer (see next chapter) with the Automatic mode selection (Automatic On / Automatic Off). Enter identification data for your motor cylinder (Name and Fitted on). Enter the location of the motor cylinder (Building, Level, Room, Door). Enter comments and notes as required. You can also assign a different, free IP address by entering the new address in the IP address field and then click on the Config button. Clicking on the Config button is enough to transmit the new configuration to the motor cylinder. This means you do no longer have to use "Telnet" Timer tab In the Timer tab, you program the actions that your motor cylinder is to perform at defined times: In the example illustrated above, the motor cylinder is blocked on special days from 08:00 to 18:00 (Permanent Closed mode). The door can only be opened with a key or by rotating the inside knob. From Monday to Friday, the motor cylinder only latches but does not lock the door in the period from 08:00 to 18:00 (Daytime mode). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 114 of 344

115 Operation On Saturdays, the motor cylinder keeps the door open to everyone from 10:00 to 14:00 (Permanent Open mode). Click on the New button to define new actions or new special arrangements (see also page 116, Operating mode): Select the days of the week on which actions are to be performed. Define the time window during which an action is to be performed (From/To). Define the type of action or special arrangement. In case of special arrangements also enter the Start date and the End date. The timer is activated / deactivated with the Automatic mode selection of Automatic On or Automatic Off in the Device data tab. Automatic on = timer enabled Automatic off = timer disabled Actions are performed continuously (not limited by a certain date). Special arrangements are performed for a period limited by a certain date). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 115 of 344

116 Operation Status messages of motor cylinders The current condition of your motor cylinders is signalled by various status messages: Message Meaning Operating mode The door is closed and locked. The door is closed with the latch bolt. The door is open. Nighttime mode, Permanent Closed mode Daytime mode Permanent Open mode, door opened, door contact opened Abbreviation MO, TU, WE, TH, FR SA, SU SD Meaning Monday to Friday Saturday and Sunday Special day Click on the Edit button to edit existing actions. Click on the Delete button to delete the selected actions. Click on the Save button to save the entered actions. Click on the Cancel button to cancel your editing. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 116 of 344

117 Operation Configuration tab In the Configuration tab you define certain parameters of your motor cylinder: CAUTION Danger of injury in case of malfunctioning of the motor cylinder! Prevent hazardous situations where individuals are not able to open their doors and can be injured. Always satisfy yourself that your configuration translates into the desired result. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 117 of 344

118 Operation Property Door opening time Door closed recognition time Panic control time Pulse counter correction Knob actuation threshold Atypical lock detection Turn limit Meaning This is the time for which the latch bolt of each door will be held in pulled-in position. This is the waiting period between the time when the door is closed and the time of locking. Enter the waiting period for the change of status of the motor cylinder. This is the interval at which the motor cylinder independently checks the locking of a panic lock. 15 minutes: every 15 minutes the motor rotates in "Locked" direction to re-lock any doors that might have been opened with the handle. For locks with changing travels, the pulse counter correction can be disabled. Important: The correction should only be disabled in exceptional cases and only for hardware versions of January 2007 or later (control and motor cylinder). An incorrect use of this adjustment can result in sporadic malfunctioning. This is the sensitivity threshold in case of manual knob operation and corresponds to the force you have to exert to rotate the knob. Nearly all locks have a dead bolt travel which is longer than their latch travel. This is the assumption made by the motor cylinder in the learning mode. There are a very few locks that do not meet this requirement and have in fact a latch travel that is longer than the dead bolt travel. This parameter indicates if the lock has integer turns. This parameter is set automatically in the learning mode and normally does not have to be changed. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 118 of 344

119 Operation Door contact Relay 2 Quiet mode Select the functioning of your door contact: Direct = status is signalled immediately to the control system; Delayed = status is signalled with the set delay to the control system; Fleeting = status is signalled to the control system within a short time window. The second relay is used for error indication or as a dead bolt contact. Select the functioning of the relay contact: Error relay passive = inverted error indication, e.g. to indicate power failures Error relay active = errors in the program sequence are indicated Dead bolt contact = indicates the "Locked" condition of a lock. As from software version 3.07, this option is used as dead bolt contact. With panic locks, the dead bolt status generated by the motor cylinder may differ from the dead bolt status of the lock if the door is not opened in case of a panic actuation. In case of very effortless locks, the noise generated by pulling in the latch bolt may be louder. With this parameter, you can select a silent or normal noise. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 119 of 344

120 Operation Latch bolt tolerance Standard Daytime / Nighttime mode Deactivate 'Permanent Open' mode Deactivate 'Permanent Closed' mode As a consequence of the large lever effect in some locks, the latch tolerances within which a perfect operation of the lock is possible can be very narrow. Use this parameter to set the latch bolt tolerance for error signals to reduce the number of error messages (max. = 50). The value must never be larger than the starting value of the lock (see figure on page 309, parameter Start/Stop) Use this parameter to set the standard mode of your locking devices (see table on page 116). Use this parameter to enable / disable the use of the Permanent Open mode by any user. If this function is disabled, it can only be enabled again if you have administrator rights. Use this parameter to enable / disable the use of the Permanent Closed mode by any user. If this function is disabled, it can only be enabled again if you have administrator rights. Adjust the parameters with the CEMO configuration commands. Newly programmed special functions and changes are activated after about one minute. See also page 307,"CEMO configuration commands". OMEGA Software-Suite Page 120 of 344

121 Operation Events tab In the Events tab, you can filter the display of the events by various criteria to reduce the number of displayed results. To filter the events, proceed as follows: Click on the Events tab in the Edit device window. Activate or deactivate the desired event. Save your selection. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 121 of 344

122 Operation Information tab The Information tab provides information on the software: The Information tab does not allow editing. In the Grouping tab, you assign your locking devices to defined groups: The Available groups field shows all groups, to which the locking device can be assigned. The Assigned groups field shows all already grouped locking devices. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 122 of 344

123 Operation Button Meaning Moves all groups to the Assigned groups field Moves the highlighted group to the Assigned groups field Moves the highlighted group to the Available groups field Moves all groups to the Available groups field Grouping tab To create a new group, proceed as follows: Click on Group Explorer in the Devices menu. In the Group Explorer section, right-click on All devices. Click on the Add group button. Once you have created a new group, you can rename it or delete it again. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 123 of 344

124 Operation Enable time profile tab The Enable time profile tab only appears if a license for OMEGA ACTIVE, OMEGA Mifare and OMEGA Passive EM4102 systems has been installed. With CEMO-NET systems, you do not have the possibility to create enable time profiles. During enable times, your locking device is switched into Permanent Open condition. For the duration of the set enable time, you do not need a locking medium to gain access.. In the Enable time profile tab, you define the enable times for your locking device: You can define a maximum of three time windows for each day. Please note that the three enable time windows must be entered in chronological order (00:00 23:59). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 124 of 344

125 Operation Abbreviation MO, TU, WE, TH, FR SA, SU SD Meaning Monday to Friday Saturday and Sunday Special day To program enable times, proceed as follows: Enter the data of the desired time window. Click on the Save button to save your settings. In the status line of the main window, a message appears alerting you that a programming job must be transmitted. To transmit the programming to your locking device, go to the Other menu, select List of Changes and click on Program (or right-click and select Program changes). The entered changes will then be transmitted to the locking devices. After successful transmission, a corresponding message appears in the status line. If you click on the Print button in the Edit devices window, all enable times of the selected device are printed. The following shortcuts facilitate the input of data: STRG + cursor keys: navigation within the fields (left, right, up, down) STRG + R: resetting a complete line to 00:00 STRG + SHIFT + R: resetting all fields to 00:00 STRG + SHIFT + : copying all cells left of the current cell (including the cell in which the cursor is positioned) to the next line OMEGA Software-Suite Page 125 of 344

126 Operation Block time profile tab The Block time profile tab allows you to set the block times for your locking device: During block times, your locking device is switched into permanently blocked condition. In this condition, nobody will have access. Access is only possible after you have cancelled the block times. You can define a maximum of three block time windows for each day. Please note that the three block time windows must be entered in chronological order (00:00 23:59). The identification of the days is the same as described in the table on page 125. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 126 of 344

127 Operation Black list tab (V-NET only) You will see the blocked locking media in the Black List tab. You can compile a black list card and prepare a programming procedure for programming the black list in the locking devices (also see page 154). If you have lost a locking medium, mark it as blocked ; the blocked locking medium then appears in the black list. Then compile a black list card with the help of the entries in the black list. By reading in the black list card, all locking media on a locking device on the black list card are transferred to the black list of the device and will no longer be accepted by this device. You can write a maximum of ten blocked locking media on one card. Every CES-Mifare-Classic 4K medium is suitable for use as black list card. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 127 of 344

128 Operation Office Function tab The Office Function is not available in CEMO-NET systems. In the Office Function tab, you can assign the Office Function to your locking devices. The Office Function is an optional additional function allowing you to switch your locking device into the Permanent Open mode as required. To use the Office Function, you need a special license, which you can purchase from your specialist dealer. The Office Function must be enabled and disabled deliberately: If the Office Function is not enabled deliberately, the locking device will only grant access with your authorized locking medium. No further action occurs. If the Office Function is not disabled deliberately, your locking device will switch into the Permanent Open mode for the entire time window set in the software (Start/Stop time windows, see page 133) if the Office Function has been programmed. During the set time windows, your locking device is ready and can be switched into Permanent Open mode, if the Office Function was programmed at the locking device. The Permanent Open mode is stopped when the set time window has expired OR when the Office Function is disabled at the locking device before the set stop time. After the end of the time windows, only authorized locking media will provide access. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 128 of 344

129 Operation As long as Permanent Open mode is active, anybody has access at the locking device, also without a locking medium Setting up and using the Office Function To use the Office Function, proceed as follows (for details see next pages): Set up the desired Office Function in CEStronics Suite by following the path: Devices > Edit devices > Device data > Office Function On / Off. In the window, a new tab Office Function appears. Click on the Office Function tab. Click on the Add button to assign the Office Function to a new locking medium. Make your settings for the Office Function. Check your settings for errors. Use the Office Function to allow a manual enabling at your locking devices (see page 131 ff.). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 129 of 344

130 Operation NOTICE Risk of unauthorized entry! Always satisfy yourself that your programming translates into the desired result. All locking media that have been enabled at your locking device can be integrated in the Office Function. For each locking device, maximum 32 entries with different, freely selectable configurations can be made. You can use all CEStronics locking media for switching on with the office function. It is important that the locking medium is within the maximum reading range of 20 mm. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 130 of 344

131 Operation Example : You are editing "Device 7198". For "Device 7198", four entries exist. The following authorizations have been programmed: # 1. In this entry, all locking media authorized for the "Device 7198" are combined in a group "All". With the Office Function, all locking media can switch the "Device 7198" into Permanent Open mode from Monday to Friday between 06:00 and 12:00. As from 12:00, the Office Function for this entry # 1 terminates automatically. After this time, only locking media (= keys) that are authorized will be able gain access at the locking device. An exception is the locking medium no. 0575F077 (# 2) because it has an individual authorization. With this, it is removed from the group "All" and is given a higher priority. Due to this higher priority, the entries for the list entry # 2 are valid for the locking medium no. 0575F077. Locking media with individual authorization have priority over locking media in the All group. Another exception is the locking medium no A9B (# 3) for the period from Monday to Wednesday because for these days, it has an individual authorization and likewise has a higher (the valid authorizations are then those in entry # 3). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 131 of 344

132 Operation # 2, locking medium no. 0575F077. This entry authorizes the locking medium to enable or disable the Permanent Open mode and to activate or deactivate the Office Function of the "Device 7198" on Mondays to Fridays between 12:00 und 16:00. # 3, locking medium no A9B. This entry authorizes the locking medium to enable or disable the Permanent Open mode and to activate or deactivate the Office Function of the "Device 7198" on Mondays to Wednesdays between 07:00 and 18:00. #4, locking medium no. 001C3383. John Doe can enable or disable the Permanent Open mode and to activate or deactivate the Office Function of the "Device 7198" on Special Days between 10:00 and 14:00. V-NET only: The Office Function is not available at the validation terminal. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 132 of 344

133 Operation Change the configuration as described below: Field Purpose Use the drop-down list box in the Media number column to select your locking medium. The locking medium must already have been enabled for this locking device. Use the arrows in the Start column to set the start time of the authorization in the time window. Use the arrows in the Stop column to set the end time of the authorization in the time window. Use the check boxes to select the days. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 133 of 344

134 Operation Enabling and disabling the Office Function Whether the Office Function at your locking device is enabled or disabled, is indicated by two different signals during the enabling or disabling. The signalisation is the same for all locking devices. The following example shows the signalisation for a locking cylinder: Enabling the Office Function: the locking device is in Permanent Open mode. Disabling the Office Function: the locking device is no longer in Permanent Open mode. Hold your locking medium for about five seconds in front of your locking device. Authorization signal of your locking medium (short) - Then a pause of about two seconds Short Office signal Longer Office signal Enabling or disabling, as the case may be, is made by renewed execution of this function. Which function has been performed is identified by the different signals. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 134 of 344

135 Operation NOTICE Risk of incorrect status of your locking devices! Satisfy yourself by manual operation that your locking device is in the desired condition. To enable or disable the Office Function manually at your locking device, proceed as follows: Enabling and disabling in locking cylinders Slightly rotate the reader knob to wake the cylinder (only applicable to ACTIVE locking devices). Hold your authorized locking medium within reading range of the reader for about five seconds. The locking cylinder acknowledges the enabled or disabled condition, as the case may be, by one short signal followed shortly afterwards by two other signals (green LED / beeper). To enable or disable the function again, repeat the procedure. Signalization of enabled condition: Signalization of disabled condition: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 135 of 344

136 Operation Enabling and disabling the Office Function in electronic fittings (IES) Touch the reader with your finger to wake the IES if necessary (only applicable to ACTIVE locking devices). Hold your authorized locking medium within reading range of the reader for about five seconds. The IES fitting acknowledges the enabled or disabled condition, as the case may be, by one short signal followed shortly afterwards by two other signals (green LED and beeper). To enable or disable the function again, repeat the procedure. Signalization of enabled condition: Signalization of disabled condition: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 136 of 344

137 Operation Enabling and disabling the Office Function at wall terminals Hold your authorized locking medium within reading range of the wall terminal for about five seconds. The wall terminal acknowledges the enabled or disabled condition, as the case may be, by one short signal followed shortly afterwards by two other signals (green LED and beeper). To enable or disable the function again, repeat the procedure. Signalization of enabled condition: Signalization of disabled condition: Signalization while the Office Function is enabled (Flashing in 5 second intervals): OMEGA Software-Suite Page 137 of 344

138 Operation Button Meaning Click on Add to add a new list entry. A maximum of 32 entries are possible. Highlight the list entry you wish to delete and click on Delete. Click on Save to save your settings. If you wish to stop editing without saving, click on Cancel. Any previous editing inputs will not be saved. After you have completed your settings, you must save the result. Click on the Save button to save the settings. If the Office Function is manually disabled at the locking device before the end of the Start/Stop time window, the Permanent Open mode is terminated as soon as the Office Function is disabled at the locking device. If the Office Function is again enabled manually at the locking device, the locking device is in Permanent Open mode until the set Stop time. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 138 of 344

139 Operation Grouping tab The Available groups field shows all groups, to which the locking device can be assigned. The Assigned groups field shows all already grouped locking devices. Button Meaning Moves all groups to the Assigned groups field Moves the highlighted group to the Assigned groups field Moves the highlighted group to the Available groups field Moves all groups to the Available groups field Click on the Print button to print a list of all device settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 139 of 344

140 Operation If you program changes at the locking devices, the system data must be retransmitted. Changes will only be effective after their transmission has been completed. See the status messages in the status line. An overview of the status messages can be found on pages 45, Information tab The Information tab provides information on the locking device: The Information tab does not allow editing. Depending on the key system used, you can click on the Print button to obtain a hard copy of the information about the selected device. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 140 of 344

141 Operation 8.7 Using the reference list See chapter "Reference list" on page Managing media With CEMO-NET systems, you do not have this possibility. You can specify and edit your locking media in the Media menu item (V-NET locking systems used in the example). You will be given further editing possibilities by clicking on the right mouse button. To organise your media into groups, please read page 122 ff. and for area zone management page 95. Locking media can also be grouped by Drag&Drop (see page 82). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 141 of 344

142 Operation To enter a new locking medium, click on the Add media button: After you have clicked on the Add media button, the "Media editor" input window appears : Enter the data of your new locking medium. Select your locking medium in from the Type list box. In the Logging field select whether and how occurrences are to be saved (V-NET only). You can save a maximum of 48 occurrences on the locking medium (V-NET only). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 142 of 344

143 Operation Select the current status of your locking medium in the Status field: Status message Not issued Issued Returned Defective Lost, blocked (V-NET only) Relevance The locking medium is not yet being used and can be utilised The locking medium is in use The locking medium is no longer in use and can be used again The locking medium cannot be used until the Faulty status has been lifted The locking medium is not available and is written on the black list. The locking medium can continue to be used by reactivating in the black list editor (see page 154) OMEGA Software-Suite Page 143 of 344

144 Operation Complete the fields as required: Select the period of time in the Valid From and Valid Until fields for which the locking medium is to be valid. In the example above, the locking medium is valid for one day. Select an expiry date in the Expiry Date field if you wish to compile a temporary short-term medium. The locking medium loses its locking authorisation on the expiry date. If applicable, specify a predecessor medium in the list field if you want to replace the predecessor medium by this new locking medium. You will then receive this warning: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 144 of 344

145 Operation To grant your authorizations, proceed as follows (see page 95): Connect your Desktop Reader with a free USB port of your PC. The "Power" LED of the Desktop Reader goes on. Ensure that the required driver is installed correctly. For assistance with the driver installation, please refer to page 234 ff. "Support on the Software CD". If the driver is installed correctly, the button "Format" is enabled in the Media editor window (only V-NET systems). The Desktop Reader can now be used. To save your settings, click on the Program button For to read your locking media, proceed as follows: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 145 of 344

146 Operation If the driver is installed correctly, the button "Read medium" is enabled in the Media editor window. The Desktop Reader can now be used. Place your locking medium on the Desktop Reader. Click on Read medium. Complete the other fields in the Media editor window. To save your settings, click on the Accept button. This completes the reading process. If you have installed validation terminals in your system, new amendments will be provided immediately as programming order in the software suite. Take a look at the amendment list to check on existing amendments. Then click on programming to transfer the amendments. Check the protocol to see whether the programming order was transferred correctly. To search for locking media with the optional Desktop Reader, proceed as follows: Install the Desktop Reader as described. Place your locking medium on the Desktop Reader. Click on Find medium. The search results are displayed in the Media editor window. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 146 of 344

147 Operation If the locking medium has not yet been entered, an error message "Medium not found" appears. In this case, you must first enter the locking medium in the list (Media > Add media). CEStronics always supplies the media data with the purchased CEStronics products. If you must import many media data from other manufacturers, you may wish to obtain additional support for this task. In this case, please contact the CEStronics Service. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 147 of 344

148 Operation Copying authorisations You can copy authorisations from locking media that have already been processed and use them as new locking medium. Proceed as follows: Use the right mouse button to click on Virtual > Copy Authorisations in the media editor. Use the right mouse button to click on Insert Authorisations. The copied authorisations will be inserted as new locking medium. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 148 of 344

149 Operation 8.9 Managing locking plans The left side "Locking plan" submenu allows you to create your locking plans and assign users and locking media. A locking plan is based on time profiles that have already been compiled (see page 73), registered locking devices, defined area zones and locking media. The approach is the same for all systems with the exception of CEMO-NET. An OMEGA V-NET system is used in the following as an example for all systems. Click on the Locking plan submenu in the Devices menu to implement an already created time profile in a locking plan: The time profile you compiled, the area zones you allocated, the locking media you applied and the locking devices you applied are shown in the Locking Plan window. The profile is displayed by using the left mouse button to click on the coloured time profiles (1 3). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 149 of 344

150 Operation If you right-click e.g. on one of the coloured squares, you can establish or delete links of your locking media and locking devices with existing time profiles (in the example: green square, time profile 1, "Any time"). By using the right mouse button to click on the desired square, you can switch the office function on or off: If the office function is switched on, this is indicated by a white corner: Office function is switched on switched off OMEGA Software-Suite Page 150 of 344

151 Operation If you have already grouped your locking devices and locking media, you can compile locking plans selectively according to device groups and area zones: You can create up to 31 time profiles and 64 groups. In the locking plan, area zones are only shown by name and without further identification. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 151 of 344

152 Operation Example: For this locking plan, the "Media Group 1" and the "Testgroup 1" have been selected. In the Media group 1, the locking medium with the medium number has been selected. In the Devices group 1, the device number 00002, 815DK-M has been selected. Both groups are linked with the time profile no. 3, "Cleaners". No area zones have been specified. The period of authorized entry is 08:00 to 22:00 on Mondays to Fridays, with interruptions. Already allocate your locking devices and locking media to your desired groups and area zones if applicable during regeneration this will save you subsequent allocation. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 152 of 344

153 Operation Further editing options: With a right-click you can open a shortcut menu with further options: If you right-click in the line of your Media, you have access to the editing options shown on the right. If your right-click in the line of your Devices, you have access to the editing options shown on the left. If you left-click into the corner between Devices and Media (see pointer), you can switch the position of the lines and columns. The same function is available by clicking on the Switch line/column button. To update the current display, click on Update view. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 153 of 344

154 Operation 8.10 Using the black list (V-NET) The black list contains all entries of locking media that are blocked, have been lost, have been replaced or for which a replacement medium has been issued. The black list card is a programming medium for the devices. All the media found on the black list card will be blocked in the device. Every CES-Mifare-Classic 4K medium is suitable for use as a black list card. The locking media in the black list can be reactivated (by using the right mouse button, see the following pages). The black list is set automatically if media are amended as described above. The black list serves as an overview and as simple access for the compilation of a blocking medium or a programming order for blocking locking media. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 154 of 344

155 Operation Proceed as follows: 1. Amend the status of your locking medium to Lost/Faulty/Blocked etc., depending on your requirements. To amend the status of your locking medium click on Authorisation > Media > double click on the medium > Media Data. This deactivates the locking medium and it no longer has locking authorisation. 2. Compile a black list medium in the black list editor. This saves all locking media to be blocked on the black list medium. You can save a maximum of ten entries per card. 3. Programme the black list medium using the DTW desktop writer. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 155 of 344

156 Operation 4. Take the black list medium to all locking devices for which the blocked media on the black list medium are authorised. Read in the card on every locking device. The locking devices are now aware of all the blocked locking media on the black list medium and are no longer authorised to lock. By reading in the black list card, all locking media existing on the black list card are blocked and no longer authorised for this locking device. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 156 of 344

157 Operation Reactivation of locking media You can reactive blocked locking media that appear in the black list. You can continue to use the locking medium after reactivation. You can reactivate a locking medium three times at the most. After this the locking medium is no longer usable without further measures. To reactivate proceed as follows: Use the right mouse button to click on the medium that you wish to reactivate. Click on Reactivate. Place the blocked locking medium on the DTW desktop writer. Click on OK to carry out reactivation. You will receive this acknowledgement after reactivation has been completed: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 157 of 344

158 Operation Afterwards, re-programme the reactivated locking medium with your desired data. If applicable, re-programme existing replacement media. You will receive this message after the third reactivation of the locking medium: You can format, delete and then continue to use the locking medium if you grant the user of the software suite the rights to format and delete locking media. Adapt the necessary rights for this according to your requirements: To adapt these rights, please read the chapter Manage User Profiles on page 179 ff. and allocate the rights according to your requirements. Format the locking medium (Media Editor > Authorisations): OMEGA Software-Suite Page 158 of 344

159 Operation Delete the locking medium in the black list by clicking with the right mouse button on Delete Medium: Click on Search for Medium in the media editor to read in the locking medium: Acknowledge the following message: Enter your desired data for the locking medium: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 159 of 344

160 Operation Finally, click on programming to write the data on the locking medium. You can continue to use the locking medium after the programming procedure. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 160 of 344

161 Operation 8.11 CEMO control panel With the left side "CEMO control panel" submenu you have direct access to all connected motor cylinders of the CEMO-NET key system. The CEMO control panel shows the current status of all your motor cylinders. With the CEMO control panel you can: 1. see up-to-date status messages of all connected motor cylinders 2. see up-to-date status messages of the entire system 3. execute the standard control functions for each individual locking device 4. edit each locking device. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 161 of 344

162 Operation Status messages of the locking devices The current condition of your motor cylinders is signalled by various status messages: Message Meaning There are no programming jobs to be transmitted. The system is ready. Safe condition: the motor cylinder has locked the door. The operation triggered by you is being performed. Transmission of programming jobs in progress. The motor cylinder has latched the door but has not locked it with the dead bolt. This corresponds to Daytime mode. The door is closed with the latch bolt. There are programming jobs to be transmitted. A key has been inserted on the outside of the lock. The motor cylinder has unlocked the lock and allows access. The door contact is opened. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 162 of 344

163 Operation System status messages The current status of the system is displayed in the lower status line of the CEMO control panel with highlighted status messages: The system status messages describe the entire CEMO system, not individual locking devices Executing standard control functions To execute the desired standard control function, click on the corresponding button: If a function cannot be executed, the related button is greyed out. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 163 of 344

164 Operation Editing device From the CEMO control panel, you can directly configure the linked motor cylinders: Double-click on the name of the motor cylinder you wish to edit (in the example "CEMO motor cylinder #1"). The "Edit device" window opens: Edit your device data as required (see also page 117 ff.) Direct control commands With the commands shown above the lower status line of the CEMO control panel, you can send direct manual control commands to all connected motor cylinders. These manual control commands have priority over the automatic operation under the timer control. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 164 of 344

165 Operation The currently active command is highlighted in red: Command Meaning Message All doors are unlocked with latch and dead bolt for a short time. Anybody has access. (Parameter: door opening time) All doors are closed with the latch bolt only. All doors are locked with latch and dead bolt. All doors are opened permanently with latch and dead bolt. Permanent access is granted to anybody. All doors are locked with latch and dead bolt. No access via a reader control is possible from the outside. The door can only be opened with a key or by rotating the inside knob. After the door has been opened with the key or the knob, the locked status is restored. Depending on the configuration command, the CEMO control panel also provides the possibility to send an Unlock door command to individual motor cylinders. In this case, the active buttons are identified in black: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 165 of 344

166 Operation 8.12 Upper File menu In the File menu of the upper menu bar, you can log in and out as a user of the CEStronics Suite: Log in with your user name and your password as described on page 36 ff. Click on Server Configuration and verify that you are logging in at the right server (see page 36 ff.). NOTICE Risk of unauthorized access and manipulation of the entire system! Change your user name and password after the first log-in. Keep these access data in a protected secure place. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 166 of 344

167 Operation If more than one locking system have been programmed, you will be asked to select your system after you have logged-in successfully: Click on the system, you want to open (in the example: "OF "). Then click on the Open button. The selected system is opened and can be edited. Click on the Print button to print a list of all entered locking systems. In addition, you can perform a server test to check the functionality of the OMEGA server. Click on Server configuration to open the Configure OMEGA server window shown below which allows you to connect the OMEGA client with the OMEGA server: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 167 of 344

168 Operation Start the server test by clicking on the Test button. The shown results should be similar to those in the above example. Make sure that the port address and the server address are set correctly, as otherwise no connection with the OMEGA server will be established and the OMEGA server will not work properly. These basic settings will already have been made in the factory pursuant to your specifications and cannot be changed. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 168 of 344

169 Operation 8.13 Upper System menu Opening, closing, changing systems From the System menu of the upper menu bar, existing locking systems can be opened, closed, changed managed imported and exported: Click on Open system to open and edit an existing locking system. A window appears from which you can select one of the existing locking systems. Click on the Open button to open the highlighted system, or on the Cancel button to exit. Click on Close system to close the opened system. Click on Change system to select another system for editing. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 169 of 344

170 Operation The Open system selection window appears. Click on the Open button to open the highlighted system, or on the Cancel button to exit. Click on the Print button to print a list of all entered locking systems. If only one system is installed, the Open system dialog does not appear. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 170 of 344

171 Operation Managing systems To manage an existing locking system, click on Manage systems: In the selection window with the existing locking systems you can now add, edit or delete systems. To edit a system click on Edit system. The System editor window appears: Make your desired input and then click on Save. The License and Information tabs show information on your license and the statistical data on your system. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 171 of 344

172 Operation Importing and exporting systems You can import and export existing system data: To import existing system data, proceed as follows: Click on Open system. Click on the Manage systems button. Right-click on the selected system. Click on the Import data button. Your file browser is opened: Select the saved locking system data from their memory location. Click on the Open button to import the data. This completes the importing procedure. To export an existing system, proceed as follows: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 172 of 344

173 Operation Right-click on the selected system. Click on the Export data button. Complete the fields with the desired input. Click on the Export button. Click on the Save button. This completes the exporting procedure. CEStronics always supplies the media data with the purchased CEStronics products. If you must import many media data from other manufacturers, you may wish to obtain additional support for this task. In this case, please contact the CEStronics Service. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 173 of 344

174 Operation 8.14 Upper Go to menu From the Go to menu in the upper menu bar you can directly select the individual submenus of the lateral menu column (see also page 41). When you select one of the items, the overview window of the selected submenu opens immediately: Button in the "Go to" menu System Master media Special days Time profiles Persons Devices Media Locking plan Blocking list Evaluate events Analyse journal Submenu of the lateral menu column "System" submenu "Master media" submenu "Special days" submenu "Time profiles" submenu "Persons" submenu "Devices" submenu "Media" submenu "Locking plan" submenu Blocking List menu "Evaluate events" submenu "Analyse journal" submenu OMEGA Software-Suite Page 174 of 344

175 Operation 8.15 Upper View menu The View menu in the upper menu bar allows you the make the following selections: To switch the screen mode from window mode to full screen mode, activate the Full screen mode check box, or deactivate it to switch back to window mode. To show the status lines with the system messages and the programming status, activate the two check boxes as shown above, or deactivate them to hide the status lines. If the check mark appears next to the menu item, the relevant function is enabled Upper Programming menu The Programming menu in the upper menu bar allows you to: View the list of changes (see next page). Start the programming of all changes (see page 177). Start the reprogramming of the devices (see page 177). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 175 of 344

176 Operation Viewing the list of changes To view the list of changes, click on List of changes in the Programming menu of the upper menu bar or on List of changes in the Other menu of the lateral menu column. The window with the list of changes (see figure) opens. The list shows all changes that must still be transmitted. Click on the Program button to program the changes. Click on the Print button print out a list of the changes. Click on the Close button to close the List of changes window. You can also start the programming of the changes by clicking on "Program all changes" in the "Programming" menu. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 176 of 344

177 Operation Programming all changes All entries appearing in the list of changes are programming jobs that must still be transmitted. If you click on Program, the data are immediately transmitted when your locking devices are connected. See also "Event messages" on page Reprogramming all devices If your locking devices have been separated from the power supply, they must be reprogrammed to restore the original configuration with all authorizations and settings. The same applies in case of an accidental deletion of authorizations at your locking devices. To reprogram your locking devices, proceed as follows: Click on the Reprogram all devices button in the Programming menu of the upper menu bar. The function is executed immediately and the status line shows information on the progress of the transmission. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 177 of 344

178 Operation 8.17 Upper Settings menu The Settings menu in the upper menu bar allows you to: connect with an OMEGA server and test the connection (see page 167) manage your users (see next page ff.) manage, import and export your systems (see page 169) select the language of the CEStronics Suite (see page 191). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 178 of 344

179 Operation Managing users The User management menu item of the upper Settings menu allows you to: create new users edit existing users delete users manage user profiles. Click on User management to manage your users: The User management overview window opens (see figure). Click on New user to create a new user. Click on Edit user to edit an existing user. Click on Delete user to delete an existing user. Click on Manage user profiles to edit the rights and authorizations of your users. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 179 of 344

180 Operation Click on the Print button in the User management overview window to print a list of existing users Creating a new user To create a new user, proceed as follows: Click on New user. Complete the input fields as required. Assign a user profile with suitable rights to your new user. If you have not yet created a suitable user profile, generate it now (see page 183). Click on the Save button to accept the data of the selected user, or click on Cancel to exit without saving. This completes the creation of a new user. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 180 of 344

181 Operation Input field in the User editor window Login name User profile Name Password Repetition Comments Description Enter the name with which the new user will log in. Select the appropriate user profile (see page 183). Enter the full name of the new user. Enter the password of the new user. Repeat the password entry. Enter text comments as desired. If you click on the Print button while you are in the User editor window, you can print out a list of the entered user data the password will not be printed in clear Editing existing users To edit data of existing users, proceed as follows: Select the user you wish to edit (Settings > User administration). Click on the Edit user button. The User editor window opens. Edit the data as desired. Click on the Save button to accept the changes, or click on the Cancel button to exit without saving. This completes the editing of the user data. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 181 of 344

182 Operation Deleting existing users To delete existing user data, proceed as follows: Select the user you wish to delete. Click on the Delete user button. The following warning appears: Click on the Yes button if you are sure that you want to delete the user, otherwise click on No. This completes the deletion of user data Managing user profiles To manage user profiles, proceed as follows: Click on the Manage user profiles button. Click on the Print button in the User profile management window to print a list of the created user profiles. Click on New user profile to create a new profile. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 182 of 344

183 Operation Click on Edit user profile to edit an existing profile. Click on Delete user profile to delete an existing profile Creating a new user profile Click on New user profile. Example figure of an OMEGA Mifare key system OMEGA Software-Suite Page 183 of 344

184 Operation The Edit user profile window for your new user profile appears where you can grant rights for this profile. The number of the rights you can edit depends on your license and may vary. Use the scroll bars to view further authorization options. Enter a name of the user profile. The name can be freely selected (in the example "User #1"). Upon delivery of the software, some possible rights are granted. You can adapt the rights for newly created user profiles but not for the supplied Administrator profile. To adapt the rights, proceed as follows: Select the right you wish to change (for example: "Add data" in the "User management line") Double-click with your left mouse key on the green symbol at the intersection of these criteria. The green symbol changes to a red "blocked" symbol. The right to perform this function has been withdrawn, so in the example, the users of this profile are no longer authorized to add data in the User management windows. Meaning of the rights symbols Right granted Right refused - No allocation possible Change the rights as required. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 184 of 344

185 Operation Enter a meaningful name for your new user profile. If appropriate, enter additional comments on the new user profile. Click on the Save button to accept the changes, or on the Cancel button to exit without saving. This completes the creation of a new user profile Establishing links with a user profile You can establish various links with your user profile and assign read-only status (only OMEGA-Mifare key systems): Linking devices with a user profile To link entered devices with a user profile, proceed as follows: Select the desired user. Click on the Devices tab in the Edit user profile window. Right-click on Add. Select the device from the list and click on the Add tab. If you do not want to assign your user any writing rights for this device, activate the Read-only check box: Select other devices as required from the list and click on the Add button. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 185 of 344

186 Operation Click on the Save button to accept the changes, or on the Cancel button to exit without saving Linking media with a user profile To link entered media with a user profile, proceed as follows: Select the desired user. Click on the Media tab in the Edit user profile window. Right-click on Add. Select the medium from the list and click on the Add button. If you do not want to assign your user any writing rights for this medium, activate the Read-only check box. Select other media as required from the list and click on the Add button. Click on the Save button to accept the changes, or on the Cancel button to exit without saving. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 186 of 344

187 Operation Linking time profiles with a user profile To link entered time profiles with a user profile, proceed as follows: Select the desired user. Click on the Time profile tab in the Edit user profile window. Right-click on Add. Select the time profile from the list and click on the Add button. If you do not want to assign your user any writing rights for this time profile, activate the Read-only check box. Select other time profiles as required from the list and click on the Add button. Click on the Save button to accept the changes, or on the Cancel button to exit without saving. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 187 of 344

188 Operation Linking persons with a user profile To link your entered persons with a user profile, proceed as follows: Select the desired user. Click on the Persons tab in the Edit user profile window. Right-click on Add. Select the person from the list and click on the Add button. If you do not want to assign your user any writing rights for this person, activate the Read-only check box. Select other persons as required from the list and click on the Add button. Click on the Save button to accept the changes, or on the Cancel button to exit without saving. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 188 of 344

189 Operation Linking events with a user profile To link events with a user profile, proceed as follows: Select the desired user. Click on the Events tab in the Edit user profile window. Right-click on Add. Select the event from the list and click on the Add button. Select other events as required from the list and click on the Add button. Click on the Save button to accept the changes, or on the Cancel button to exit without saving. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 189 of 344

190 Operation Viewing information on a user profile To view information on the created user profile, proceed as follows: Select the desired user. Click on the Information tab in the Edit user profile window. The information is displayed together with the creator and the date of creation. The information in this window cannot be edited. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 190 of 344

191 Operation Selecting the language When the software is launched, the language of the CEStronics Suite is set to the language selected during the installation. This language can be changed. To change the language, proceed as follows: Click on the Language menu item in the upper Settings menu. Select the desired language. The language of the CEStronics Suite changes which completes the language setting. After changing the language, you may have to update the view by clicking on the "Update view" button in the respective window. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 191 of 344

192 Offline programming 9 Offline programming To program your locking devices manually, you connect the respective locking device with your PC (laptop, netbook). For this purpose, you require the optional programming cable or the optional RF-Stick. If applicable you must switch your locking devices from online to offline mode for manual programming, see page 109. Please read also the comprehensive operating instructions of the optional OMEGA products described here. These are available free of charge at 9.1 OMEGA ACTIVE Programming with RF-Stick The optional RF-Stick permits the manual programming of your locking devices (locking cylinder, IES fitting, wall terminal) via radio signals. The maximum radio range of the RF-Stick is ten metres. The RF-Stick is used to trigger the programming process. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 192 of 344

193 Offline programming To authorize the programming, you always need the RF-STICK- MASTER. The RF-Stick is always tied to your system license. One locking device can manage up to ten RF-STICK-MASTERs. The maximum number of RF-STICK-MASTERs per system is limited to ten. The RF-Stick is inserted in your PC and the required driver should be installed automatically. If the driver is not installed automatically, you must install it manually. Drivers are supplied with the CEStronics Suite. The use of the RF-Stick requires at least the following software versions: CEStronics Suite - Version 1.09 or higher Firmware of the locking devices - Version or higher As an alternative, you can also install the RF-Stick on a netbook which will make you independent of your office PC and will allow you to program your locking devices locally, provided the CEStronics Suite has been installed without errors. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 193 of 344

194 Offline programming Loading new data files from the USB stick The commissioning process differs depending on the package supplied: In case of the RF-Stick package (Part no V), you continue using your existing system and your existing software installation. You may only have to install the drivers for the RF-Stick, see also page 197. In case of the RF-Stick Set package (Part no V), you receive a complete set for a new installation of the CEStronics Suite software with licenses and data files as well as all required authorization Masters. In case of the RF-Stick Programming Package (Part no V), you receive a netbook with the pre-installed CEStronics Suite software and a single-user license as well as all required authorization Masters. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 194 of 344

195 Offline programming Before you can work with the RF-Stick and the CEStronics Suite, your data files (= system data; database) must be loaded. The data files are delivered to you together with the license file on the supplied USB stick. If you have purchased an RF-Stick Set package or an RF-Stick Programming Package, these data files must be imported. If you have purchased a RF-Stick package, you continue using your already existing data and you do not have to import anything. The procedure described below only applies to new first-time software installations. Please refer also to the chapter on importing systems on page 169 ff. To import a new data file for the first time, proceed as follows: Launch the CEStronics Suite until the login window appears. Do not log in. Insert the CEStronics USB stick into a free USB port. The data files are loaded automatically. Wait until the loading process has been completed, which is signalled with "Completed". Now log in at the CEStronics Suite. Continue with your desired editing. If you insert the RF-Stick again, the loading process will not be repeated. The loading process is only executed once. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 195 of 344

196 Offline programming To work with the RF-Stick, proceed as follows: Authorize the RF-STICK-MASTER at your locking device (in the example below, this is a locking cylinder): OMEGA Software-Suite Page 196 of 344

197 Offline programming Insert the RF-Stick in a free USB port of your PC (or netbook). The driver should be installed automatically. If it is not, install the driver manually (you will need administrator rights for your PC): Start the hardware recognition of your operating system (Windows XP or Windows 7 ) by selecting Control Panel > Devices and Printers > Add device to install the driver from the path below. For the hardware installation, open the following file path: C:\Programs\Omega\Driver\Active or Mifare\RfStick\ Follow the instructions of your operating system for the installation. The installation is now complete and you can start using the RF-Stick. Launch the CEStronics Suite software and log in. After a few seconds, the two status messages "System ready" and "RF-Stick ready" appear in the status line. If these two status messages do not appear, repeat the driver installation or call your system administrator for trouble-shooting. After the two status messages have appeared: Make the desired changes on your locking system. You will then see a new status message "Programming required". Go to the "Other" menu of the lateral menu column and select Program changes. OR Go to the "Programming" menu in the upper menu bar and click on Reprogram all devices. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 197 of 344

198 Offline programming You will now see two new status messages in the status line "Programming running" and "RF-Stick ready for programming". Hold the RF-STICK-MASTER within reading range of your locking device. If required, wake up your locking device by slightly turning the outside knob (for ACTIVE IES fittings: put your finger on the reading sensor). To ensure a fault-free data transmission, there must not be any obstacles interfering with the radio transmission between your locking device and the RF-Stick, otherwise the transmission will be terminated abnormally. If the distance between the RF-Stick and the locking device is too long (longer than 10 m), the locking device will signal the lacking connection with a long beep and red LEDs. If the programming was terminated abnormally, start the programming procedure anew so that no data are lost. When the locking device has detected the RF-STICK-MASTER, it signals this with a long beep and the green LEDs will go on for about five seconds. When the transmission starts, the green LEDs start flashing and continue to flash until the data transmission is finished. The progress of the data transmission can be observed in the "Programming status" window. After the data transmission has been finished, the programming job is deleted from the list in the "Programming status" window. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 198 of 344

199 Offline programming Signals of the locking cylinder with inserted RF-Stick Signal Green LEDs + Short beep Action RF-STICK-MASTER held within range: authorization successful Green LEDs, short flashing + Green LEDs (about 2 sec.) + Short beep Data transmission in progress + Acknowledgement of the end of the data transmission Red LEDs (about 2 sec.) + Long beep Connection lost, data transmission terminated abnormally Signals of the RF-Stick Signal Green LED, flashing Action Data transmission in progress Red LED, flashing Red LED Blue LED RF-Stick not authorized, wrong system Data transmission error RF-Stick ready OMEGA Software-Suite Page 199 of 344

200 Offline programming 9.2 OMEGA Mifare, FLEX Programming with RF-Stick See page 192 ff. Programming with RF-Stick. The approach is identical to that described for OMEGA ACTIVE Programming with programming cable The programming cable is hot-pluggable, i.e. you can insert and remove it at any time. Desktop PC Optional programming cable As an alternative: laptop, netbook Locking devices OMEGA Software-Suite Page 200 of 344

201 Offline programming To program your locking devices with the programming cable you need access to the respective interfaces for the cable at your locking devices. This procedure differs depending on your locking device. Select your locking device and proceed as described below: Programming the IES fitting with the programming cable To program your IES fitting, you must remove the inside shield of the fitting. Proceed as follows: 1. Release the M3 screw (1) at the bottom of the inside shield. 2. Carefully lift the inside shield off the inside plate. For broad shield design only: Make sure that the distance piece for the screw remains fixed in the inside shield. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 201 of 344

202 Offline programming 3. Plug the programming cable (1) into the interface (2) on the board of the inside plate. The red and green LEDs go on and signal online status. Launch the CEStronics Suite software and log in. Perform the desired operation (create locking plan, manage devices and locking media, etc.). Connect the USB plug of the programming cable with your free USB port. The status line of the CEStronics Suite software displays the message "Waiting for locking device". If this message does not appear within a couple of seconds, no driver for the programming cable has been installed and you must install the driver manually (see page 236). The programming of your IES fitting starts automatically. One after the other, the following messages appear: A locking device has been connected and the device data are being read. The events of the locking device are being read. Data are being transmitted. The data transfer to the locking device has been completed. The device can now be separated from the PC. After the programming has been completed, separate the connections between your PC and the IES fitting. Finally fit the inside shield again. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 202 of 344

203 Offline programming Programming a wall terminal with the programming cable To program your wall terminals with the programming cable, you must remove the cover. The following example describes the procedure for the standard CES housing. Please proceed accordingly with the other housing series to gain access the programming cable interface. Proceed as follows: Release the cover carefully from the control module using a wide slotted-head screwdriver. To do so, insert the slotted-head screwdriver into the recess of the cover. Lift off the cover. For the WT-M-II you have to plug the programming cable onto the control board. The reader does not have an interface. Plug the programming cable (1) into the interface (2) on the board of the wall terminal. The red and green LEDs go on and indicate online status. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 203 of 344

204 Offline programming 3 Wall terminals WT-M-I, WT-M-II in standard CES housing 4 Wall terminals WT-M-I, WT-M-II in various types of housing and for flush installation Launch the CEStronics Suite software and log in. Perform the desired operation (create locking plan, manage devices and locking media, etc.). Connect the USB plug of the programming cable with your free USB port. The status line of the CEStronics Suite software displays the message "Waiting for locking device". If this message does not appear within a couple of seconds, no driver for the programming cable has been installed and you must install the driver manually (see page 236). The programming of your wall terminal starts automatically. One after the other, the following messages appear: A locking device has been connected and the device data are being read. The events of the locking device are being read. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 204 of 344

205 Offline programming Data are being transmitted. The data transfer to the locking device has been completed. The device can now be separated from the PC. After the programming has been completed, separate the connections between your PC and the wall terminal. Finally fit the cover of the wall terminal again. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 205 of 344

206 Offline programming Programming a locking cylinder with the programming cable To program your locking cylinders, proceed as follows: Open the reader module of your locking cylinder to expose the interface for the programming cable. Proceed as follows: 1. Release the two opposite screws on the outside knob with the combination tool (three-square screwdriver). The screws cannot be completely screwed out but will always be held in the outside knob. 2. Pull the reader module out of the outside knob until you feel the stop (1). 3. Plug the programming cable into the interface at the reader module (2). The red and green LEDs go on and signal online status. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 206 of 344

207 Offline programming Launch the CEStronics Suite software and log in. Perform the desired operation (create locking plan, manage devices and locking media, etc.). Connect the USB plug of the programming cable with your free USB port. The status line of the CEStronics Suite software displays the message "Waiting for locking device". If this message does not appear within a couple of seconds, no driver for the programming cable has been installed and you must install the driver manually (see page 236). The programming of your locking cylinder starts automatically. One after the other, the following messages appear: A locking device has been connected and the device data are being read. The events of the locking device are being read. Data are being transmitted. The data transfer to the locking device has been completed. The device can now be separated from the PC. After the programming has been completed, separate the connections between your PC and the locking cylinder. Finally close the reader module of your locking cylinder again and tighten the screws. Satisfy yourself that the reader module sits correctly and is tightly closed. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 207 of 344

208 Offline programming 9.3 CEMO-NET CEStronics control terminal, installation and configuration This chapter describes the installation and use of the remote control function of the motor cylinder over your network. It shows all the steps required to operate your motor cylinder in the network Requirements To be able to use the configuration options, you at least require the following (see figure on the next page): the motor cylinder (1) with the control cable (2) the motor cylinder control unit with power supply (3) CEMO extensions: NET, W-LAN, PoE (4) a PC with a network connection (5) CEMO firmware, version 3.09 or higher For the remote control of the motor cylinder, the remote control function in the motor cylinder must be enabled. If the remote control function is enabled, this is indicated by a "+" behind the version number, when the system information is retrieved (e.g."3.09 Rel.+", see also page 308). The motor cylinder must be specifically ordered with the "Remote Control" option. In its standard version, the motor cylinder cannot be remote controlled. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 208 of 344

209 Offline programming Block diagram Your CEMO-Net online retrofit kit (see Operating Instructions for the CEMO motor cylinder at permits the remote control of the functions of your motor cylinder. The remote control is not encrypted and thus only suitable for your secured intranet. NOTICE Risk of unauthorized access to the control! Ensure that the remote control is only used in the intranet zone. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 209 of 344

210 Offline programming You can also send commands to the motor cylinder to control its general behaviour with configuration parameters. These settings will also be maintained after the control system has been switched off. Moreover, you can read out operating values of the control. These operating values permit conclusions as to potential problems. Use these configurations with caution and verify them after setting. The settings are maintained until they are changed with a new configuration. CAUTION Risk of injury in case of malfunctioning! Always check your settings to satisfy yourself of the perfect execution of the desired functions. The IP addresses of the control units required by you must already be stated with the order. With the integrated network module, the use of the standard timer is no longer possible and thanks to the virtual timer in the CEStronics software no longer required. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 210 of 344

211 Offline programming Installation of the CEMO-Net online board To install the CEMO-Net online board, proceed as follows: Fit the CEMO-Net online board as described on page 61 ff. of the Fitting and Operating Instructions for the CEMO motor cylinder. Establish the required connections as described on page 22 ff. of the Fitting and Operating Instructions for the CEMO motor cylinder. Verify your fitting. This completes the fitting and you can now configure the motor cylinder. For the configuration, you need to know the MAC address of the network board. This is a unique address used to activate your network board. You will find the address at the following places: inside the cover of the CEMO control unit on the network board in a separate document that is part of the scope of delivery of the motor cylinder or the respective retrofit kit. Do not exchange the cover of the CEMO control unit! Otherwise you will no longer be able to allocate the MAC address correctly. Note the place of installation so that you can later allocate the MAC address. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 211 of 344

212 Offline programming Identifying the IP address of your motor cylinder You must identify the IP address of the motor cylinder which is required for establishing the network connection. This can be done using the Lantronix application DeviceInstaller. This application searches all existing network devices and shows them in a list. The application can be downloaded free of charge at the following address (errors and omissions reserved): To identify the IP address of your motor cylinder with the Lantronix application, proceed as follows: Install the DeviceInstaller application following the Lantronix instructions. Start the application. Click on Search. All existing network devices are shown. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 212 of 344

213 Offline programming Notes on the CEMO-NET configuration in networks with router configuration In difficult installation circumstances, CEStronics recommends using the free Lantronix DeviceInstaller for a simpler configuration of the motor cylinder. Such circumstances may exist if the motor cylinder and the operator are longer distances apart or in different buildings and are connected via router the IP addresses of the motor cylinders were not yet known at the time of delivery the networks are connected via router. In these and similar situations, the configuration of motor cylinders may not be successful because the devices are not safely detected by the CEStronics Suite software and therefore the configuration is terminated abnormally. In such situations, the DeviceInstaller application can help. Install DeviceInstaller on a laptop or a similar computer and then use the laptop to configure the respective motor cylinder directly at the place of its installation. The DeviceInstaller application allows you to configure and read out the configuration data of the motor cylinders locally. If no network devices are shown: Follow the trouble-shooting instructions of the Lantronix application. Check your network and correct any defects found. Ask an IT expert to correct the defects. Contact your professional CEStronics partner to have the defects in your network corrected (optional, subject to a charge). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 213 of 344

214 Offline programming Changing the IP address of the motor cylinder You can change the IP address of the motor cylinder. For this purpose, you can use the Telnet application which is supplied with every Windows operating system: Click on Start and continue with the Run command. Type in Telnet. A window with the Telnet application appears. Enter the command Telnet CEMO-IP In the above command, "CEMO-IP" stands for the currently allocated IP address of the motor cylinder and the following four-digit figure indicates the related port (fixed value). After the above command has been executed, a main menu appears, in which motor cylinder settings can be made. The main menu appears: Select the item 0 Server and confirm with Enter. Change the IP address step by step. Do not change any other settings! Actuate the "Enter" key until you return to the main menu and save your settings (item 9 Save and Exit). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 214 of 344

215 Offline programming Using the CEMO RS 232 adapter To configure the motor cylinder, you can also use the CEMO RS 232 adapter, which is available as an option. This configuration permits an adaptation to the specific fitting situation as well as the implementation of special customer wishes. CAUTION Risk of injury through incorrect configuration! Always check your settings to satisfy yourself of the perfect execution of the desired function. The saved configuration will be maintained. It can only be changed or reset by overwriting it with a new configuration. To use the optional CEMO RS 232 adapter, you require: a prepared CEMO board with interface (version 3.05 or higher, delivered as standard) a PC with a serial port the CEMO RS 232 adapter. To use the CEMO RS 232 adapter, proceed as follows: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 215 of 344

216 Offline programming 1. Switch off the power supply of the control unit. Open the housing of the control unit by releasing the four screws. Plug the jumper into the "configuration" position (position A). 2. Connect the CEMO RS 232 adapter with the three-pole interface on the control board (1) and a free serial port at your PC. Switch the control unit on again and make the configuration as desired. Configure your COM port. Once the configuration has been completed, the jumper must be plugged into "normal operation" position again (pos. B in the figure). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 216 of 344

217 Offline programming Establishing a connection with the CEMO RS 232 adapter Ensure that the CEMO RS 232 adapter is correctly configured at your COM port. Use the HyperTerminal application, which is standard with Windows, for the configuration and the display of the data. Under Windows 7, a connection can only be established via Telnet (see next page). To open the HyperTerminal application, follow the path: Start > Programs > Accessories > Communication > HyperTerminal. In the HyperTerminal menu, select File and then Properties to configure the connection. Enter the COM port you use. The additional communication parameters are as follows: Baud: 19200, Data bits: 8, Parity: none, Stop bits: 1, Flow Control: none. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 217 of 344

218 Offline programming Establishing a connection with the motor cylinder over your network To establish a connection with your motor cylinder over your network, you can use e.g. the Windows HyperTerminal application or the Telnet protocol on port For a network connection, your motor cylinder must be equipped with a suitable network interface (available as an option) Connection via Telnet Open the DOS Prompt or Windows Power Shell under Windows and enter the command Telnet. Alternatively you can click on Start and then on Run and then enter the command Telnet. After the command has been executed, you can enter the commands for the remote control of the motor cylinder Connection via HyperTerminal For the configuration and display of data, you can also use the standard Windows program HyperTerminal. To open the HyperTerminal application, follow the path: Start > Programs > Accessories > Communication > HyperTerminal. In the HyperTerminal menu, select File and then Properties to configure the connection. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 218 of 344

219 Offline programming Enter the CEMO IP and the port as shown below (display as under Windows ): Click on OK and then on the telephone icon. Save your settings. You will now always be connected with the motor cylinder with the saved settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 219 of 344

220 OMEGA V-NET system 10 OMEGA V-NET system 10.1 Scopes of application for the OMEGA V-NET system Simple, central programming of authorisations on the locking medium. The locking medium (transponder) transports the data through the network. No network necessary, thus low infrastructure costs. Convenient, fast and simple programming of all components from your desk. Radio programming by RF stick, no cables. Central administration, thus no long distances in the building. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 220 of 344

221 OMEGA V-NET system 10.2 Variants The Omega FLEX V-NET system is available in two different designs (also see next page) Standard design Sequel of the work to be carried out: 1. You compile the basic data and the locking plan on your PC 2. You programme your locking devices by radio at your desk 3. You programme the locking authorisations on the locking media using the desktop writer 4. You install the locking devices and hand out the locking media to the users. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 221 of 344

222 OMEGA V-NET system 1 DTW Desktop Writer, for reading in and writing locking media 2 Desktop PC, laptop/netbook with a valid V-NET licence 3 RF stick and RF stick master 4 5 OMEGA FLEX locking devices: fitting, wall terminal, lock cylinder in the V-NET models /NV, /TV Locking media Mifare Classic, 4k, not coded (only from CEStronics) /NV NoTime, programming with RF stick via radio, without time zones and occurrences, in a virtual CEStronics network (V-NET) /TV Time, programming with RF stick via radio, with time zones and occurrences, in a virtual CEStronics network (V-NET) OMEGA Software-Suite Page 222 of 344

223 OMEGA V-NET system Extended design 1 DTW desktop writer, for reading in and writing locking media 2 Desktop PC, laptop/netbook with a valid V-NET licence 3 RF stick, for wireless connection between PC and locking devices (max. distance 10 m) OMEGA Software-Suite Page 223 of 344

224 OMEGA V-NET system 4 OMEGA access points for data transfer to validation terminal or keypoint 5 V-NET locking medium (Mifare Classic, 4k, not coded, only from CEStronics) 6 Validation terminal, for validation of V-NET locking media (also see next page) 7 OMEGA FLEX locking devices: fitting, wall terminal, lock cylinder in the V-NET models /NV, /TV A B The DTW desktop writer (1) reads and writes your locking media (5) Validation terminal (6) checks and confirms the authorisation and the validity of your V-NET locking medium no. 5 (validation). The validation terminal checks the blocked data and sets a validation date. Nonvalidated locking media do not have a locking function on offline locking devices. C After successful validation you are able to open the V- NET locking devices (7) with your V-NET locking medium (5) Sequel of the work to be carried out: 1. You compile the basic data and the locking plan on your PC 2. You programme your locking devices by radio at your desk 3. You programme the locking authorisations on the locking media using the desktop writer 4. You install the locking devices and hand out the locking media to the users. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 224 of 344

225 Using options 11 Using options 11.1 DTW desktop writer Using the optional DTW desktop writer you are able to read your locking media and master media into the software. You no longer need to enter the necessary data manually. In the OMEGA V-NET systems you compile and write your locking media using the DTW desktop writer. The DTW is available for OMEGA FLEX locking systems. Operation and installation is identical. The Desktop Reader is connected with your PC and must be installed with the drivers supplied with the CEStronics Suite. To use the Desktop Reader, proceed as follows: Insert the USB plug of the Desktop Reader into a free USB port of your PC. The driver should be installed automatically. If not, you will have to install the driver manually (for which you need administrator rights at your PC): OMEGA Software-Suite Page 225 of 344

226 Using options Start the hardware recognition of your operating system to install the driver from the path below. To do so, select Control Panel > Devices and Printers > Add device. For the hardware installation open the following file path: C:\Programme\Omega\Driver\Active or Mifare\DesktopReader\ Follow the instructions of your operating system for the installation. The installation is now complete and you can start using the DTW: Launch the CEStronics Suite software and log in. Go to the "Media" or "Master media" submenu, depending on which type of medium you want to read. Open the media editor to write your authorisations on locking media in V-NET systems, (see page 95 ff.). Place the medium you wish to read on the reading area of the DTW. Click on Add Media or Add Master or Programming (V-NET). Click on Read medium. The data of your media are read and can be used. If data cannot be read, repeat the driver installation routine or ask your system administrator for support. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 226 of 344

227 Using options 11.2 EMERGENCY-KEY The emergency key is a master key that is authorised to lock your locking devices irrespective of your settings. The emergency key gives you access at all times to every locking device in your OMEGA FLEX system. The emergency key always has top priority and can also be used to open devices that have been set to blocking state. NOTICE An unauthorised person may be able to acquire the emergency key and gain access. Keep the emergency key in a safe place. Prevent it getting into the hands of unauthorised persons. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 227 of 344

228 Using options Emergency key authorisation is carried out manually via the SYSTEM MASTER or by remote programming (locking cylinder used in the example): Hold in front of the lock = Locking device opened, signal 1 x green Hold in front of the lock again = Locking device locked, signal 2 x green The emergency key is suitable for the fire service key safe. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 228 of 344

229 Licensing options 12 Licensing options Licensing of the CEStronics Suite is structured as follows: Your license comprises at least a system license for operating a system and the database with the managed locking devices and locking media. The system license may be extended by optional features and functions. Your license will be listed in the system management. Licenses are differentiated by system and server attributes: - A system attribute is only applicable to the system number identified in the license. - A server attribute is comprised of the sum of all licenses on a server. Licensing options System attribute Server attribute System license Multi-user license Online option Database extension Client Management CEMO option Office Function option 30 days demo Multi-user extension Terminal session (CITRIX) option OMEGA Software-Suite Page 229 of 344

230 Licensing options 12.1 Installing licenses manually The scope of functions of the CEStronics Suite software thus depends on the license purchased. When you order the CEStronics Suite software, you obtain a basic license (A-License) which comprises the desired functions. This A-License is automatically installed when you install the software, and the related functions are then available. The license file is included on the supplied data carrier (USB stick, CD-ROM) and has the extension *.lic. If you have downloaded the software from and installed it, the software can be used in a 30 day demo version. By purchasing an A-License, you can change this demo version into a full version. Normally, the A-License is delivered by . At an extra charge, you can also request delivery of your A-License on a data carrier such as a USB stick or CD-ROM. If you later wish to extend the range of functions of your CEStronics Suite, you can purchase an extension license (B-License). It is also possible to purchase several extension licenses for subsequent manual installation. Extension licenses are normally delivered by . At an extra charge, you can also request delivery of your extension license on a data carrier such as a USB stick or a CD-ROM. For purchasing an A-License or B-License matching your requirements, please contact your professional CEStronics partner to 1. order the license stating the desired scope of functions. 2. receive an acknowledgment of the order and verify the data. 3. obtain the ordered license by or on the requested data carrier. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 230 of 344

231 Licensing options To install licenses manually, proceed as follows: Launch the CEStronics Suite software and log in (see page 36 ff.). Do not open the system. Any open systems must be closed for licence installation. It is not otherwise possible to install licences. Click on the "Settings" menu in the upper menu bar and select System management. Select the system for which you want to install a license. Licenses are always tied to a certain system. 1. Double-click on the selected system. OR Click once on the selected system and then on the Edit system button. If only one system is available, double-click or select this one. The System editor window opens. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 231 of 344

232 Licensing options 2. Save your license file at a secure, yet quickly accessible location. If you have received a data carrier (USB stick, CD-ROM), insert the data carrier to load the license file. 3. Click on the License tab. Click on the Add button. Select the license file from your memory location. Click on the Open button. Finally click on Save. The installed license then appears in the System Editor window. This completes the manual installation of license files. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 232 of 344

233 Licensing options 12.2 CEStronics Suite options Attendance List option The Attendance List option allows you to check if persons are present or not present in a building. By assigning the entry (coming) or exit (going) function to the locking devices, it can now be determined if and which persons are present in the building or in various areas. In case of evacuation measures, a certain area or a person can be specifically addressed and asked to evacuate the area Office Function The Office Function is an optional additional function allowing you to switch your locking device into the Permanent Open mode as required. To use the Office Function, you need a special Office license, which you can purchase from your specialist dealer. The Office Function must be enabled and disabled deliberately (see page 130). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 233 of 344

234 Important assistance /trouble-shooting 13 Important assistance /troubleshooting 13.1 CEStronics QuickSupport With the CEStronics QuickSupport you can directly connect with our engineers in case of problems with your system. CEStronics QuickSupport enables our engineers to connect with your computer and view your screen. They have access to your computer and can immediately see and correct your problems. To use CEStronics QuickSupport, you make an appointment with one of our engineers (phone numbers see last page). At the time of your appointment, your computer must be running and, if possible, the CEStronics Suite should be launched. You also need a functioning internet connection to allow the remote maintenance (CEStronics QuickSupport): Launch the "CEStronics QuickSupport" application from your Start menu. Follow the instructions of the "CEStronics QuickSupport" application. Tell our engineer the displayed ID and the password ("Kennwort") to grant our engineer access to your computer. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 234 of 344

235 Important assistance /trouble-shooting After completion of the remote maintenance, close the "CEStronics QuickSupport" application again. The software is also included on the CD in the following path: CEStronics Suite\Install\CEStronics Quick Support.exe The QuickSupport application is also copied into the OMEGA program folder on your hard disk. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 235 of 344

236 Important assistance /trouble-shooting 13.2 Hardware driver support Your optional hardware may require drivers for its perfect operation. These driver units are installed automatically by default. The driver units are certified. Yet in some cases, a manual installation may be necessary. The required drivers are copied into your OMEGA program folder on your hard disk. Depending on your operating system, you will find them under the following paths: C:\Programme\Omega\Driver\Active or Mifare\ C:\Programme(x86)\Omega\Driver\Active or Mifare\ These folders include the drivers for the Desktop Reader the programming cable the RF-Stick. To trigger the driver installation, start your standard hardware recognition of your operating system. When you are asked to enter the memory location of the respective driver, enter the folder of the path indicated above Driver installation for optional hardware The driver installation is largely identical under Windows XP and Windows 7. The following describes the hardware installation under a Windows operating system. To install the supplied drivers for the hardware, proceed as follows: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 236 of 344

237 Important assistance /trouble-shooting 1 Open your Windows control panel, and select Hardware. Start the hardware recognition by doubleclicking on the button. 2 Confirm the hardware recognition by clicking on Next. 3 Select if the hardware has already been connected. 4 Click on Add a new hardware device. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 237 of 344

238 Important assistance /trouble-shooting 5 Click on Install the hardware that I manually select from a list. 6 Click on Show all devices. 7 Click on Have disk. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 238 of 344

239 Important assistance /trouble-shooting 8 Select the hardware to be installed: To install the driver for the Desktop Reader, open the folder by double-clicking on the DesktopReader folder icon. Path: C:\Programme\Omega\ Driver\Active or Mifare\ DesktopReader\ Install the driver by double-clicking on twncdc.inf or ser2pl.inf, as the case may be. Confirm the installation by clicking on OK. Click Next and then again Next. Confirm to complete the installation. The driver is now installed. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 239 of 344

240 Important assistance /trouble-shooting To install the driver for the programming cable or the RF-Stick, proceed as follows: Insert the programming cable or the RF-Stick into a free USB port. Open the folder by double clicking on the ProgrammingCable or RfStick folder icon. Path: C:\Programme\Omega\ Driver\Mifare\ ProgrammingCable\ C:\Programme\Omega\ Driver\Active\RfStick \ The required driver is found in the folder. Confirm the installation by clicking on OK. Click Next and then again Next. Confirm to complete the installation. The driver is installed. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 240 of 344

241 Important assistance /trouble-shooting 13.3 Information on other products Your OMEGA program folder includes operating instructions for other CEStronics products that you may find useful for your specific tasks. The operating instructions are found in the following folder: After opening the folder, you should see a similar list of operating instructions in PDF format. The operating instructions will only be available if the CEStronics Suite was installed from the software CD. If you have obtained the CEStronics Suite software by , these operating instructions are not available. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 241 of 344

242 Concise programming guide 14 Concise programming guide 14.1 Setting up the OMEGA radio network OMEGA ACTIVE radio systems Installation requirements (also see page 16): 1 PC/laptop/netbook ready for operation with installed software suite and installed licences 2 OMEGA ACTIVE access points installed and ready for operation including correct wiring 3 Locking devices installed and ready for operation OMEGA Software-Suite Page 242 of 344

243 Concise programming guide 1 Install the access points: Click on Authorisation > Devices > Add Device > OMEGA Active Access Point 2 Enter the access data of your access point (IP address, MAC address, gateway, allocation etc.). If necessary, contact your system administrator to obtain the details. 3 Install the locking devices: Click on Authorisation > Devices > Add Device > OMEGA Active Online Devices 4 During the installation phase already make a note of all necessary access data and the place of installation of your access points and locking devices. 5 When you have entered all the data, click on Configuration. You will receive the message Successful Installation of Access Point. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 243 of 344

244 Concise programming guide 6 If this is not the case, please contact your system administrator for fault correction. 7 For safety reasons, use the RF TRACE Master master medium to re-check whether all relevant locking devices have good radio connection to the access point: Flashing green = good connection Flashing red = poor connection In case of a poor connection: Place the access point closer to the locking devices. Place the access point further away from metal objects. Localise and remove any sources of interference that transmit on a similar frequency and that are thus able to interfere with connection to the access point. Finally, test the connection again. 8 Use the RF INI MASTER master medium to set all relevant locking devices to online mode. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 244 of 344

245 Concise programming guide 9 Check after a while whether the relevant locking devices show online status. Devices > Device Editor 10 If not, repeat steps Carry out editing (see chapter 14.2, Setup, page 252 ff.) OMEGA Software-Suite Page 245 of 344

246 Concise programming guide OMEGA FLEX radio systems Installation requirements (also see page 16): 1 PC/laptop/netbook ready for operation with installed software suite and installed licences 2, 4 Installed, ready for operation OMEGA RF-NET access points and if necessary repeater including correct wiring 3 Installed, ready for operation locking devices 5 Installed, ready for operation connection to the OMEGA V NET (if available) OMEGA Software-Suite Page 246 of 344

247 Concise programming guide 1 Install the access points: Click on Authorisation > Devices > Add Device > CEStronics Access Point 2 Enter the MAC address of the access point (printed on the reverse side of the access point, 12 digits). 3 Click on Search (1.) to install existing access points. If applicable, click on Configuration (2.) to specify the parameters manually. Click on Save to complete editing. Make sure that after a short while both LEDs at the access point are illuminated. Red = data transfer, green = connected to server. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 247 of 344

248 Concise programming guide 4 Manual configuration: Enter your details in the fields marked red. If necessary, contact your system administrator to obtain the details. The MAC address is printed on the reverse side of the access point. Before you click on Static IP Address or DHCP Mode, check the details in the fields marked red as soon as you click, the access point will be configured with the values in the entry mask (red fields). 5 Choose whether you want to enter a static (permanently allocated) IP address or whether you want to allow automatic reference to the IP address in DHCP mode (next page). Click on Save to complete editing. Make sure that after a short while both LEDs at the access point are illuminated. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 248 of 344

249 Concise programming guide Depending on your existing network configuration, certain settings and requirements are necessary for DHCP operation: DHCP functionality must be completely installed in your network. Contact your system administrator if necessary for support and configuration of DHCP operation. Automatic reference to the IP address must be set on your PC. 6 DHCP mode: Check whether automatic reference to the IP address is activated on your client PC. For this click on: System Control > Network and Approval Center > Change Adapter Settings > Properties of your Network Adapter > Internet Protocol TCP/IPv4, or IPv6 Properties if applicable Afterwards click on Search. Click on Save to complete editing. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 249 of 344

250 Concise programming guide Make sure that after a short while both LEDs at the access point are illuminated. Red = data transfer, green = connected to server. 7 In case configuration via search function fails, contact your system administrator for fault correction. 8 Install the locking devices: Click on Authorisation > Devices > Add Device > OMEGA FLEX Online Devices 9 For safety reasons, use the RF TRACE Master master medium to re-check whether all relevant locking devices have good radio connection to the access point Flashing green = good connection Flashing red = poor connection OMEGA Software-Suite Page 250 of 344

251 Concise programming guide In case of a poor connection: Place the access point closer to the locking devices. Place the access point further away from metal objects. Localise and remove any sources of interference that transmit on a similar frequency and that are thus able to interfere with connection to the access point. Finally, test the connection again. 10 Use the RF INI MASTER master medium to set all relevant locking devices to online mode: 11 Check after a while whether the relevant locking devices show online status. Devices > Device Editor 12 If not, repeat steps Carry out editing (see chapter 14.2, Setup, page 252 ff.) OMEGA Software-Suite Page 251 of 344

252 Concise programming guide 14.2 Quick Start OMEGA Systems To start using the system immediately, perform the following programming steps: 1. Log in. 2. Create the required time profiles. 3. Enter the required special days. 4. Set up the required locking devices. 5. Set up the required locking media. 6. Grant your authorizations. 7. Program your locking plan. 8. Verify your programming. 1 Log in with your user name and your password (see page 149). File menu in the upper menu bar > User login 2 Click on Time profiles to create your time profile (see page 73). Left side System menu > Time profiles OMEGA Software-Suite Page 252 of 344

253 Concise programming guide 3 Click on Special days to enter your special days (see page 71). Left side System menu > Special days 4 Click on Devices to set up your locking devices (see page 177). Left side Devices menu > Devices 5 Click on Media to set up your locking media (see page 141). Left side Devices menu > Media OMEGA Software-Suite Page 253 of 344

254 Concise programming guide 6 Click on Persons to grant your authorizations (see page 78). Left side System menu> Persons 7 Click on Locking plan to program your locking plan (see page 148). Left side Devices menu > Locking plan 8 Verify the accuracy of your settings and changes. Satisfy yourself that your programming does not present any danger of injury. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 254 of 344

255 Concise programming guide CEMO-NET To start using the system immediately, perform the following programming steps: 1. Log in. 2. Set up the required motor cylinders 3. Program your timer 4. Enter your special days if appropriate 5. Verify your programming. 1 Log in with your user name and your password (see page 36). File menu in the upper menu bar > User login 2 Click on Devices to set up your motor cylinders (see page 112). Left side Devices submenu > Add device OMEGA Software-Suite Page 255 of 344

256 Concise programming guide 3 Click on Timer to create your time windows (see page 114). Left side Devices submenu > Edit device > Timer tab 4 Click on Add special day to create your special days (see page 71). Left side System menu > Special days > Add special day 5 Verify the accuracy of your settings and changes before programming. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 256 of 344

257 Concise programming guide 14.3 Creating, editing, deleting and changing systems 1 Click on "Settings" and select System management (see page 67) Settings in the upper menu bar > System management 2 Click on the button for the desired function: Add system Change system Edit system Delete system 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 257 of 344

258 Concise programming guide 14.4 Adding, editing, deleting Master media With CEMO-NET systems you do not have this possibility. 1 Click on Master media in the left side System menu (see page 68). 2 Click on the button for the desired function: Add Master Edit Master Delete Master 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 258 of 344

259 Concise programming guide 14.5 Adding, editing, deleting special days 1 Click on Special days in the left side System menu (see page 71). 2 Click on the button for the desired function: Add special day Edit special day Delete special day 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 259 of 344

260 Concise programming guide 14.6 Adding, editing, deleting time profiles With CEMO-NET systems, you do not have the possibility to create time profiles. You can, however, use the Timer function for this purpose (Devices > Edit device > Timer, see page 261, 114). 1 Click on Time profiles in the left side System menu (see page 73). 2 Click on the button for the desired function: New time profile Edit time profile Delete time profile 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 260 of 344

261 Concise programming guide 14.7 Setting, editing, deleting times for the CEMO-NET timer 1 Click on the Timer tab in the "Edit device window" (see page 114). Left side Devices menu > Edit device > Timer 2 Click on the button for the desired function: New timer Edit timer Delete timer 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 261 of 344

262 Concise programming guide 14.8 Adding, editing, deleting users 1 In OMEGA ACTIVE and Mifare systems: Click on Persons in the left side "System" menu (see page 78). With CEMO-NET systems: Settings > User management 2 Click on the button for the desired function: Add persons Edit person Delete person Manage user profiles 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 262 of 344

263 Concise programming guide 14.9 Adding, editing, deleting locking devices OMEGA ACTIVE, Mifare, FLEX 1 Click on Devices in the left side "Devices" menu (see page 85). 2 Click on the button for the desired function: Add device Edit device Delete device 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 263 of 344

264 Concise programming guide CEMO-NET 1 Click on Devices in the left side "Devices" menu (see page 112). 2 Click on the button for the desired function: Add device Edit device Delete device 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 264 of 344

265 Concise programming guide Programming locking devices With CEMO-NET systems, you do not have this possibility. 1 Log in with your user name and password (see page 36). File menu in the upper menu bar > User login 2 Make the settings you wish to transmit to your locking device. 3 Insert the USB plug of your programming cable with your PC (laptop, netbook) or insert the RF-Stick. 4 Insert the programming cable into the locking device or establish a connection between the RF-Stick and the locking device (see page 200, 192). Transmit the programming to your locking device (2). Separate the connection after successful transmission. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 265 of 344

266 Concise programming guide Adding, editing, deleting locking media With CEMO-NET systems, you do not have this possibility. 1 Click on Media in the left side "Devices" menu (see page 141). 2 Click on the button for the desired function: Add media Edit medium Delete medium 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 266 of 344

267 Concise programming guide Editing, deleting locking plans With CEMO-NET systems, you do not have this possibility. 1 Click on Locking plan in the left side "Devices" menu (see page 148). 2 Select the desired function: Click on the "Device groups" button to select your locking devices. Click on the "Media groups" to select your locking media. Right-click and select "Create link" or "Delete link" to select your time profile. 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 267 of 344

268 Concise programming guide Editing the user management 1 Click on "Settings" in the upper menu bar and select User management Settings > User management 2 Click on the button for the desired function: New user Edit user Delete user Manage user profiles (see next page) 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 268 of 344

269 Concise programming guide Editing user profiles 1 Click on User management in the "Settings" menu in the upper menu bar. Settings > User management 2 Click on Manage user profiles and then on Edit user profile. Click on the button for the desired function: New user profile Edit user profile (rights) Delete user profile 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. Right granted Right refused - No allocation possible 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 269 of 344

270 Concise programming guide V-NET Quick Start To be able to start working with the system immediately, please carry out the following programming steps: 1. You compile the basic data and the locking plan on your PC 2. You programme your locking devices by radio at your desk 3. You programme the locking authorisations on the locking media using the desktop writer 4. You install the locking devices and hand out the locking media to the users. 1 Compile your authorisations, time profiles, devices, persons etc. (see page 95). 2 Use the RF stick to transfer your programming from your desk (see page 102 ff.). OMEGA Software-Suite Page 270 of 344

271 Concise programming guide 3 Install your locking devices and validation terminals if applicable. 4 Programme your locking media with the authorisations (see page 141). 5 Verify the accuracy of your settings and changes before programming. Satisfy yourself that your programming does not present any danger of injury. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 271 of 344

272 Concise programming guide Add, edit, delete locking devices 1 Click on Devices in the left side "Authorization" menu. (see page 91 ff.). 2 Click on the button for the desired function: Add device Edit device Delete device 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 272 of 344

273 Concise programming guide Add, edit, delete locking media 1 Click on Media in the left side "Authorization" menu. (see page 141 ff.). 2 Click on the button for the desired function: Add media Edit medium Delete medium 3 Enter, edit or delete as applicable. 4 Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 273 of 344

274 Concise programming guide Add, edit, delete black list 1 In the Authorisations menu click on Black List (see page 91 ff.). 2 Compile a black list medium in the black list editor. 3 Use the DTW to programme the black lists card. This medium (black lists card) can be produced from any locking medium. 4 Take the black lists card to all locking devices for which the blocked media on the black list medium are authorised. Read in the card on every locking device. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 274 of 344

275 Concise programming guide Add, edit, delete area zones 1 In the Authorisations menu click on Area (see page 95 ff.). 2 Click in the area explorer with the right mouse button to add further area zones. 3 Then double click on the locking medium in the media editor to which you wish to allocate an area Or Double click on the locking device to which you wish to allocate an area. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 275 of 344

276 Concise programming guide 4 Then click on the tab Authorisations to allocate your area zones. 5 Enter, edit or delete as applicable (see page 95 ff.). 6 Klick on Format after editing. Save your settings. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 276 of 344

277 OMEGA Server data backup 15 OMEGA Server data backup 15.1 Manual data backup You can create a backup of the OMEGA Server database. This will backup the entire database. Backup data can be uploaded again into your system. Both processes require administrator rights for the database folder. The process is identical for ACTIVE key systems and Mifare key systems Data backup Launch the OMEGA Server Backup application from your Start menu: The backup file is created immediately after you have launched the OMEGA Server Backup application. For a short time, you will see the following console window which displays the processed commands: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 277 of 344

278 OMEGA Server data backup The backup file is saved in the database folder and has the ending "osb": \Omega\Server\Active\Data\ NOTICE Risk of loss of OMEGA Server data in case of computer malfunctions! Regularly create a backup file. Create a backup file after all important changes in OMEGA Server and/or OMEGA Client. Keep the backup file in a safe place different from the PC hard disk on which OMEGA Server is installed. Suitable memories are e.g. USB sticks, storage cards, external hard disks, backup servers, etc. Satisfy yourself in regular intervals that you can retrieve legible data from your backup file. Ensure that you always have access to this backup file in case of emergencies. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 278 of 344

279 OMEGA Server data backup Train the entire data backup process with the "OMEGA Server Backup" and "OMEGA SERVER Restore" functions so you can respond speedily in an emergency Restoring data NOTICE Risk of loss of database data! You require administrator rights to perform a backup. You must be familiar with the performance of database backups. To restore the data from an existing backup file, proceed as follows: Ensure that the selected backup file is in the database folder: \Omega\Server\Active\Data\ The backup file must have the file name "OmegaServerDatabase_XXXXXX_XXXXXX.osb" and be available in the database folder (XX_XX = date/number of the backup). Rename this backup file into "OmegaServerDatabase.osb" Launch the OMEGA Server Restore application from the Start menu: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 279 of 344

280 OMEGA Server data backup The restore file is created immediately after you have launched the OMEGA Server Restore application. For a short time, you will see the following console window which displays the processed commands: After the restore file has been created, this window disappears again. In the database folder (\Omega\Server\Active\Data\) the following restore file has been created: "OMEGA_SERVER_DATA.fdb.restore". Stop OMEGA Server by opening the "OMEGA Server Configuration" application and clicking on Stop: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 280 of 344

281 OMEGA Server data backup Wait for some seconds until the status of OMEGA Server is "stopped". After OMEGA Server has stopped, rename the restore file into "OMEGA_SERVER_DATA.fdb". Any already existing file with this name is an old file and does not contain your restored backup data. This old file can be moved to another memory location of your choice or be deleted. Ensure that your View options in Windows are set correctly to display "hidden files" and "protected operating system files". OMEGA Software-Suite Page 281 of 344

282 OMEGA Server data backup 15.2 Automated data backup The backing up of your data can also be automated. The automating commands are DOS commands which you can enter via the Run command, Power Shell (Windows 7 ) or permanently in the properties window of the OMEGA Server Backup application under Windows. You require corresponding programming knowledge. Right-click on Properties. In the Target field, complete the command line with your desired commands: "C:\Program Files (x86)\omega\server\common\bin\omegaserver.exe "- BACKUP_DATABASE / your command extensions For your extensions, you can use e.g. data paths, times, exclusions or similar items. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 282 of 344

283 Transmitting firmware updates 16 Transmitting firmware updates 16.1 OMEGA ACTIVE key systems The "OMEGA ACTIVE Firmware Update" application enables you to transmit software updates of the firmware to your locking devices. The OMEGA ACTIVE Firmware Update is part of CEStronics Suite. It is installed together with OMEGA Client and is stored in the CEStronics Suite program folder. To launch the application, select Start > Programs > OMEGA. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 283 of 344

284 Transmitting firmware updates The Firmware Update application can be executed independently of your purchased license as a standalone application on any computer. You may install this applications on several computers without requiring a license. The following example shows the firmware update for a locking cylinder. For other locking devices, the procedure is similar. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 284 of 344

285 Transmitting firmware updates To perform a firmware update on locking cylinders and IES fittings, you require the following components : the installed OMEGA ACTIVE Firmware Update application on a computer of your choice the emergency power supply for the OMEGA ACTIVE system a serial connection between your PC, laptop or netbook and the emergency power supply (if you do not have a free COM port, you can also use appropriate adapters e.g. USB to serial; please contact your administrator or your specialized computer dealer for this purpose) the proper tool to gain access to the reader of your locking device. Please observe the related Operating Instructions for your locking devices the SYSTEM-MASTER authorized for your system / for your locking device. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 285 of 344

286 Transmitting firmware updates Interface for locking cylinder and IES fitting: If you want to perform firmware updates at wall terminals, you will additionally need an adapter cable to connect the serial cable of your PC with the wall terminal. The emergency power supply is not required for firmware updates at a wall terminal. Interface for wall terminal: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 286 of 344

287 Transmitting firmware updates After you have established all required connections, proceed as follows to update the firmware: Launch the OMEGA Active Firmware Update application and follow the instructions on the screen. Click on Next to proceed to the next step. Ensure that the respective doors / locking devices are open during the firmware update. NOTICE Risk of loss of data and of malfunction! Ensure that the respective doors are open while you are performing a firmware update. While the firmware is being updated, the respective devices do not respond. Existing data and authorizations are not deleted by the firmware update. NOTICE Risk of loss of data and of device malfunction! Ensure that the firmware update can be performed without interruptions or errors. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 287 of 344

288 Transmitting firmware updates Select a free COM port at your PC: Choose a device type: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 288 of 344

289 Transmitting firmware updates Connect your locking device with the emergency power supply (only for IES fitting and locking cylinder) and with your PC: For the firmware update, your locking device may not be in radio (RF) mode (online mode). It must be in the manual programming mode (Master card mode, offline mode). Please refer to the programming instructions for your locking device to change the mode as appropriate. The connection to the locking device is established: The locking device confirms with its green LEDs that a connection has been established. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 289 of 344

290 Transmitting firmware updates When the connection has been established and the locking device has been recognized, the following acknowledgement message appears: If this acknowledgement message does not appear, check your connection settings and correct any errors found. It may be helpful to change the set COM port. Next you must authorize the firmware update at your locking device: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 290 of 344

291 Transmitting firmware updates To authorize the update process, hold your SYSTEM- MASTER within reading range of your locking device. Next press on the Start button of the emergency power supply to start the update process. The Start button may only be pressed once. If this button is pressed more than once, the update process is aborted. The firmware update starts with the transmission of the data. Depending on the data volume and the quality of the data transmission, the transmission may take 5 to 10 minutes. The green progress bar and the percent display informs you about the transmitted data volume: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 291 of 344

292 Transmitting firmware updates During the data transmission, the signals at the locking device change: the green LEDs are on permanently and the red LEDs signal the data transmission. After the data transmission has been completed, you see the following message: Click on Finish to complete the process. If you want to perform a firmware update on other devices, click on Next to start the process again. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 292 of 344

293 Transmitting firmware updates 16.2 OMEGA Mifare key systems The OMEGA Mifare Firmware Update application enables you to transmit software updates of the firmware to your locking devices. The OMEGA Mifare Firmware Update is part of CEStronics Suite. It is saved in the CEStronics Suite program folder. To launch the application, select Start > Programs > OMEGA. If you wish you can select the language in which you are guided through the operation. To perform a firmware update, you require the programming cable and the SYSTEM-MASTER valid for the locking device. To perform the firmware update, follow the instructions on the screen: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 293 of 344

294 Transmitting firmware updates 1 Insert the programming cable into your PC. 2 Select the device for which you want to update the firmware (in the example: Mifare offline cylinder). 3 Connect the programming cable with your locking device. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 294 of 344

295 Transmitting firmware updates 4 Click on Update. Transmission starts. 5 Hold your SYSTEM-MASTER within reading range of the locking device to ensure the authorization for the firmware update. 6 Wait until the process has been finished. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 295 of 344

296 Notes on Master media and locking media 17 Notes on Master media and locking media 17.1 Loss of a Master or locking medium NOTICE An unauthorized person may gain possession of a Master medium and use it to manipulate the key system! Always keep all Master media in a safe place. Make sure that Master media are not accessible to unauthorized persons. NOTICE When a Master medium is lost, the potential finder may manipulate the locking system! If a Master medium has been lost, have the device initialized only by persons trained on the product by CEStronics or a CEStronics partner. During an initialization, all authorizations for the respective locking device are deleted. If one of the locking media is lost, please contact a CEStronics partner. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 296 of 344

297 Notes on Master media and locking media 17.2 DESFire EV-1 locking media DESFire EV-1 locking media are used in two different modes: DESFire EV-1 in security mode Locking devices and locking media operating in the optional security mode (1) are manufactured exclusively by CEStronics and programmed with individual keys and special firmware. The data transmission between the locking device and the locking medium is encrypted. Only locking media that are authenticated by the device are authorized to lock or unlock. This ensures a very high protection against manipulation. These locking devices (1) will not accept any foreign transponders (2); they do not respond to any locking or unlocking attempt with other locking media. A DESFire EV-1 locking medium manufactured by CEStronics, which operates in the security mode, can be used in other systems (3) requiring this type of transponder. This ensures the multi-application capability of the locking medium. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 297 of 344

298 Notes on Master media and locking media DESFire EV-1 in standard mode Locking media operating in the standard mode behave like any other ISO transponders. For authorization, the UID of the locking medium is used. If you manage your systems with the CEStronics Suite, you can use both DESFire EV-1 variants with the CEStronics Suite V-NET Locking Media Uncoded Mifare Classic transponders with 4k memory can be used as V-NET media. The media are also usable via the UID in conventional OMEGA FLEX online or offline systems. You can save up to 198 area zones and an additional eight individual authorisations with time profile on one locking medium. The locking media can record up to 48 occurrences. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 298 of 344

299 Open ports 18 Open ports The following list shows the ports that must be opened in your firewall to permit a perfect functioning of the OMEGA system. Application Service Protocol/ Port OmegaServer.exe Omega Client Tcp/9630 OmegaServer.exe Database Tcp/9631 OmegaServer.exe CEMO-NET Tcp/10001 fbserver.exe Database clients Tcp/9631 fbserver.exe Database events Tcp/9636 OmegaActive Service.exe OmegaActive Service.exe Omega FlexService.exe OmegaMifare Service.exe OmegaMifare Service.exe Omega FlexService.exe Omega Active Access Point Database Database Omega Mifare AccessPoint Database Omega CEStronics AccessPoint Tcp/7000 Tcp/9631 Tcp/9631 Tcp/9634 Tcp/9631 Tcp/9635 OmegaClient.exe Database Tcp/9631 OmegaClient.exe Database events Tcp/9636 OmegaClient.exe Xport-Config Udp u. TCP/ OmegaClient.exe Xport-Config Udp u. TCP/ OmegaClient.exe Mifare Access Point Udp 9806 Config OMEGA Software-Suite Page 299 of 344

300 Event messages 19 Event messages The following is a list of all logged event messages: 19.1 Mifare/FLEX key systems Event messages Unauthorized medium Authorized medium SYSTEM-MASTER recognized SYSTEM-MASTER programming SYSTEM-MASTER deleted SYSTEM-MASTER programming end PROGRAM-MASTER recognized Medium enabled Medium deleted PROGRAM-MASTER programming end TIME-MASTER Start TIME-MASTER End RF-INI-MASTER recognized RF-INI-MASTER programming RF-INI-MASTER programming end Meaning Access attempt with an unauthorized locking medium Access attempt with an authorized locking medium Programming with a SYSTEM-MASTER was started Programming with a SYSTEM-MASTER is being performed The authorization for a SYSTEM-MASTER was deleted Programming with a SYSTEM-MASTER was terminated Programming with a PROGRAM-MASTER was started Programming with a PROGRAM-MASTER is being performed Programming with a PROGRAM-MASTER was terminated Programming with a PROGRAM-MASTER was terminated Programming with a TIME-MASTER was started Programming with a TIME-MASTER was terminated Programming with a RF-INI-MASTER was started Programming with a RF-INI-MASTER is being performed Programming with a RF-INI-MASTER was terminated OMEGA Software-Suite Page 300 of 344

301 Event messages Writing log data failed Emergency opening Clock set CPU reset Data reset New battery found Permanent Open mode enabled Permanent Closed mode enabled Motor blocked Device battery warning Locking device battery change required! Programming started Programming terminated Programming cancelled End of Office Function (time) Start of Office Function End of Office Function (User) Replacement system master compiled Enabling time activated Enabling time deactivated Blocking time activated Blocking time deactivated It was not possible to record the log data An emergency opening was performed The clock was newly set A CPU reset of the locking devices was performed (restart), data are retained A data reset was performed: the locking device was reprogrammed A new battery has been inserted The locking device was switched over to Permanent Open mode with a programmer The locking devices was switched over to Permanent Closed mode with a programmer The motor of the locking device is blocked The battery of the locking voltage is low The battery of the locking devices must be replaced (voltage too low) Programming with a PROGRAM-MASTER is being performed Programming with a PROGRAM-MASTER was terminated Programming with a PROGRAM-MASTER was terminated abnormally The programmed Office Function time has expired The programmed Office Function time starts An authorized locking medium has logged off A new SYSTEM MASTER has been compiled Enabling time has been activated Enabling time has been deactivated Blocking time has been activated Blocking time has been deactivated Battery warning device (stage 1) Battery capacity getting low Battery warning device (stage 2) Battery capacity drawing to a close Battery warning device (stage 3) Battery is empty OMEGA Software-Suite Page 301 of 344

302 Event messages 19.2 V-NET locking systems In addition, you receive further occurrence messages on V- NET locking systems as listed under Mifare/FLEX Locking Systems: Event messages Black list imported from medium Invalidation of blocked medium Medium not authorised (medium blocked) Medium not authorised (blocked status) Medium not authorised (validity) Medium not authorised (expiry date) Medium inconsistent Replacement system master compiled Validation successful Enabling time activated Enabling time deactivated Blocking time activated Blocking time deactivated Meaning A black list has been imported from a black list medium. A blocked medium has been set to Invalid status. A blocked medium has made an attempt at access. A blocked medium with Blocked Status has made an attempt at access. A blocked medium with Invalid status has made an attempt at access. A blocked medium with Expiry Date status has made an attempt at access. A faulty medium has made an attempt at access. A new SYSTEM MASTER has been compiled Validation check carried out successfully. Enabling time has been activated Enabling time has been deactivated Blocking time has been activated Blocking time has been deactivated Battery warning device (stage 1) Battery capacity getting low Battery warning device (stage 2) Battery capacity drawing to a close Battery warning device (stage 3) Battery is empty OMEGA Software-Suite Page 302 of 344

303 Event messages 19.3 ACTIVE key systems Event message Aerial? Unused access Motor blocked (couple) Motor blocked (uncouple) CPU reset Data reset Master key operation error SYSTEM-MASTER enabled SYSTEM-MASTER deleted PROGRAM-MASTER enabled PROGRAM-MASTER deleted PROGRAM-MASTER all media deleted RELEASE-MASTER enabled RELEASE-MASTER deleted BLOCK-MASTER enabled BLOCK-MASTER deleted Locking medium enabled Locking medium deleted All locking media deleted Valid locking medium (RTCerror) Programmer Start Radio initialization End of daylight saving time Meaning Possible antenna damage A valid transponder was read but the door was not opened Mechanical blocking Mechanical blocking A CPU reset of the locking devices was performed (restart), data are retained A data reset was performed: the locking device was reprogrammed An unknown Master was used The one SYSTEM-MASTER was enabled The SYSTEM-MASTER was deleted The PROGRAM-MASTER was enabled The PROGRAM-MASTER and its subordinate media were deleted Only the subordinated media were deleted Master for permanent enable enabled Master for permanent enable deleted Master for permanent blocking enabled Master for permanent blocking deleted Locking medium enabled Locking medium deleted All locking media (of all PROGRAM-MASTERs) deleted The locking device has lost its real time. If it recognizes a locking medium with 24h authorization, it will provide access even without time. Programming was started with a programming device The online (RF) mode was activated Change of time from summer to winter OMEGA Software-Suite Page 303 of 344

304 Event messages Start of daylight saving time Enable time start status Block time start status Time control start status Enable time start Blocking time start List control time start Unauthorized locking medium Invalid locking medium (time profile) Valid locking medium Invalid locking medium (RTC error) No locking medium Locking medium battery warning RTC error TIME-Master enabled TIME-Master deleted TIME-Master used Device battery warning Access attempt in blocked status Access attempt during block time RF-TRACE-MASTER Change of time from winter to summer Permanent enable activated Permanent blocking activated Control via authorization list Enable started via time profiles Blocking started via time profile Control via time profiles Medium not authorized for this device Medium currently not authorized Access possible The locking device has lost its real time and cannot decide if the locking medium is valid or not. Reading process without the presence of a locking medium The key needs a new battery Incorrect real time clock setting TIME-Master enabled TIME-Master deleted New enable period programmed The device needs a new battery Access was attempted during permanent blocking Access was attempted during the blocking by time profile Radio link diagnosis started OMEGA Software-Suite Page 304 of 344

305 Event messages Start of Office Function End of Office Function (User) End of Office Function (Time) RF-STICK MASTER enabled RF-STICK MASTER deleted RF-STICK MASTER used Programming started Programming completed Programming cancelled Temporary enable programmed Temporary enable access Temporary enable not used Temporary enable requested Start of Office Function User terminated Office Function The Office Function period has expired and the device has terminated the function RF-STICK MASTER was enabled successfully RF-STICK MASTER was deleted successfully RF-STICK MASTER was used successfully Programming was started Programming was completed Programming was terminated abnormally A temporary enable was programmed Authorized temporary enable Temporary enable was not used A temporary enable is requested OMEGA Software-Suite Page 305 of 344

306 Event messages 19.4 CEMO-NET key systems Event messages Start Nighttime mode End Nighttime mode Start Daytime mode End Daytime mode Start Door Open mode End Door Open mode Start Door Closed mode End Door Closed mode Door unlocked Door locked Door open Door closed Cemo Reset Cemo Error Start Cemo task Stop Cemo task Start Standard Daytime mode Start Standard Nighttime mode Automatic on Automatic off Key inserted Key not inserted Meaning Start Nighttime mode End Nighttime mode Start Daytime mode End Daytime mode Start Door Open mode End Door Open mode Start Door Closed mode End Door Closed mode Door unlocked Door locked Door open Door closed CEMO was reset CEMO error CEMO communication started CEMO communication stopped Start Standard Daytime mode Start Standard Nighttime mode Automatic on Automatic off Key inserted Key not inserted OMEGA Software-Suite Page 306 of 344

307 CEMO configuration commands 20 CEMO configuration commands The configuration commands serve to adapt the motor cylinder to particularities at the door. Changing the parameters below is only required in exceptional cases, e.g. for adjustments during the initial commissioning. NOTICE Risk of malfunctions of the motor cylinder! Before you make any changes on the configuration, contact our service personnel to inquire about the consequences. Variable values are indicated with the characters"[x]". Enter your values instead of "x". Do not enter the brackets. The configuration commands are identical for all applications and operating systems irrespective of whether you use Telnet or HyperTerminal for the configuration. OMEGA Software-Suite Page 307 of 344

308 CEMO configuration commands 20.1 Clear counters Command/input sc Meaning This command serves to reset all counters of the system to"0". This may be useful, for example, when a lock was replaced System information Command/input si Meaning Display of the system information in German and English OMEGA Software-Suite Page 308 of 344

309 CEMO configuration commands The following figure shows the output after entering the "si" command in the HyperTerminal application: OMEGA Software-Suite Page 309 of 344

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