Protege

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Protege is a server based architecture enabling you to securely manage, control and monitor a number of users, doors, areas, and other devices. The integration with HSYCO can be accomplished with a TCP/IP network connection.

Protege Configuration

ProtegeGXServer needs to be configured to accept a connection on a defined TCP/IP port with the ICT Automation and Control Service protocol.

  • A PIN must be set (4 to 6 digits)

Open Programming > Services Select the controller associated to the Protege I/O Server Click "Add" to activate the "Automation and Control" service

  • Under "Service Type /General" specify a name (freely choose), for the main and the second language.
  • Under "Service Type /Type" select "Automation and Control" then set "Service Mode" to "1 - Start with Controller OS"
  • Under "General / Configuration" select "TCP/I" then specify a "Port Number". Set "Encryption Level" and "Checksum Type" to "None"
  • Under "General / Options" enable "Allow Status Requests when not Logged In", "Use Logon Lock Out Timer if Incorrect PIN is Supplied", "Ack Command"

This driver works with Little Endian format

Click "Save" to confirm. Right click on the service and select "Start Service"

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HSYCO Configuration

Add a PROTEGE I/O Server in the I/O Servers section of the Settings and set its parameters:

Communication

  • IP Address: the ICT Protege Server panel address
  • IP Port: TCP/IP port enabled on the ICT Protege Server

High Availability

  • Shutdown when inactive: defaults to true.

Options

ID Default Values Description
pin pin the user PIN that the driver uses when sending commands to the Protege system. It must be a valid user code, able to engage and disengage the panel.
startupevents false true generate IO events also during the driver’s start-up phase
false start generating events only after HSYCO is aligned with the current status of the system
gui true true enable support of the tecnoalarm Web interface object
false disable support of the tecnoalarm Web interface object
debug false true generates additional logs that can be viewed in verbose mode
false debug logging disabled
areaslist string list of all the areas that are declared on the panel. Areas could not be consecutive and special characters "-" and ";" are used for intervals definition. E.G. 0-3;5-9 means areas from 0 to 3, from 5 to 9. E.G. 4;15 means area number 4 and number 15
inputslist string list of all the inputs that are declared on the panel. Inputs could not be consecutive and special characters "-" and ";" are used for intervals definition. E.G. 0-3;5-9 means inputs from 0 to 3, from 5 to 9. E.G. 4;15 means input number 4 and input 15
outputslist string list of all the outputs that are declared on the panel. Outputs could not be consecutive and special characters "-" and ";" are used for intervals definition. E.G. 0-3;5-9 means outputs from 0 to 3, from 5 to 9. E.G. 4;15 means output number 4 and output 15
doorslist string list of all the doors that are declared on the panel. Doors could not be consecutive and special characters "-" and ";" are used for intervals definition. E.G. 0-3;5-9 means doors from 0 to 3, from 5 to 9. E.G. 4;15 means door number 4 and door 15
troubleinputslist string list of all the trouble inputs that are declared on the panel. Trouble inputs could not be consecutive and special characters "-" and ";" are used for intervals definition. E.G. 0-3;5-9 means trouble inputs from 0 to 3, from 5 to 9. E.G. 4;15 means trouble input number 4 and trouble input 15

Datapoints

ID Value R/W Description
connection online R connection established
offline R connection failed
panel.firmware.build <text> R firmware build of the panel
panel.firmware.type <text> R firmware type of the panel
panel.firmware.version <text> R firmware version of the panel
panel.hardware.version <text> R hardware version of the panel
panel.serial.number <text> R serial number of the panel
a<n>.armed 1 R area is armed
0 R area is disarmed
a<n>.state armed R area is armed
disarmed R area is disarmed
inputsopen R area is in inputs open state
trouble R area is in trouble state
bypasserror R area is in bypass error state
bypasswarning R area is in bypass warning state
usercountnotzero R area is in user count not zero state
exitdelay R area is in exit delay state
entrydelay R area is in entry delay state
disarmdelay R area is in disarm delay state
codedelay R area is in code delay state
a<n>.tamper.state armed R area tamper is armed
disarmed R area tamper is disarmed
busy R area tamper is busy
a<n>.state.flags.alarm.activated 1 R area alarm activated
0 R area alarm is not active
a<n>.state.flags.siren.activated 1 R area siren activated
0 R area siren is not active
a<n>.state.flags.alarms.in.memory 1 R at least one area alarm in memory
0 R no area alarms in memory
a<n>.state.flags.remote.armed 1 R area remotely armed
0 R alarm is not remotely armed
a<n>.state.flags.force.armed 1 R area forced armed
0 R alarm is not forced armed
a<n>.state.flags.instant.armed 1 R area instant armed
0 R alarm is not instant armed
a<n>.state.flags.partial.armed 1 R area partially armed
0 R alarm is not partially armed
a<n>.name[Note] <text> R area name
o<n>.state off R output is off
on R output is on
onpulsed R output is in on pulsed state
ontimed R output is in on timed state
onpulsedtimed R output is in on pulsed timed state
o<n>.ascii <text> R output label in ascii format
o<n>.name[Note] <text> R output name
i<n>.state closed R input is closed
open R input in open
short R input is in shortcut state
tamper R input is in tamper state
i<n>.closed 1 R input is closed
0 R input is open
i<n>.ascii <text> R input label in ascii format
i<n>.bypass.state.bypassed 1 R input is bypassed
0 R input is not bypassed
i<n>.bypass.state.bypasslatched 1 R input is bypass latched
0 R input is not bypass latched
i<n>.bypass.state.sirenlockout 1 R input is siren lockout state
0 R input is not in siren lockout state
i<n>.name[Note] <text> R input name
ti<n>.state closed R trouble input is closed
open R trouble input in open
short R trouble input is in shortcut state
tamper R trouble input is in tamper state
ti<n>.closed 1 R trouble input is closed
0 R trouble input is open
ti<n>.ascii <text> R trouble input label in ascii format
ti<n>.bypass.state.bypassed 1 R trouble input is bypassed
0 R trouble input is not bypassed
ti<n>.bypass.state.bypasslatched 1 R trouble input is bypass latched
0 R trouble input is not bypass latched
ti<n>.bypass.state.sirenlockout 1 R trouble input is siren lockout state
0 R trouble input is not in siren lockout state
ti<n>.name[Note] <text> R trouble input name
d<n>.lock.state locked R door is locked
unlockedbyuseraccess R door is unlocked by user access
unlockedbyschedule R door is unlocked by schedule
unlockedbyusertimed R door is unlocked by user timed
unlockedbyandlatched R door is unlocked by and latched
unlockedbyrex R door is unlocked by rex
unlockedbyren R door is unlocked by ren
unlockedbykeypadmenu R door is unlocked by keypad menu
unlockedbyarea R door is unlocked by area
unlockedbyfirealarm R door is unlocked by fire alarm
d<n>.locked 1 R door is locked
0 R door is unlocked
d<n>.state closed R door is closed
open R door is open
openalert R door is open alert state
leftopen R door is left open state
forcedopen R door is forced open state
d<n>.name[Note] <text> R door name
a<n> arm W arm area
armforce W arm area in force mode
armstay W arm area in stay mode
arminstant W arm area in instant mode
disarm W disarm area
disarm24h W disarm area
disarmall W disarm all area
o<n> on W output on
off W output off
ontimed-<seconds> W output on for a number of seconds equals to <seconds> E.G. o.ontimed-7, means on for 7 seconds.
i<n> removebypass W bypass input
tempbypass W temporary bypass input
bypass W remove bypass for input
ti<n> removebypass W bypass trouble input
tempbypass W temporary bypass trouble input
bypass W remove bypass for trouble input
d<n> lock W lock door
unclock W unlock door
unclocklatched W unlock latched door
v<n> get W get the the value of the variable with index <n>. The value of variabile will be written in a datapoint v<n> = <value>

Note
Names of areas, inputs, trouble inputs, outputs, doors are imported from a configuration file as described later in this application note.

CSV configuration files import

HSYCO can import the names of areas, inputs, trouble inputs, outputs, doors from a CSV file(s). The CSV file(s) could be easily download from the ICT Protege software. This file(s) they are not mandatory.

The csv file(s) must have the same name of the id of the Protege I/O server plus the extension .csv E.G. The I/O server id is pro1, the csv file name must be: pro1.csv

The csv file(s) must be copied in the folder protege/csv E.G. Let's suppose to have to 2 Protege I/O servers called "pro1" and "pro2". Using the File Manager we have to create the folder "protege" in Hsyco's main folder, then the folder "csv" inside the "protege" folder, then 2 files called "pro1.csv" a "pro2.csv" should be copied inside this folder.

The csv file must have this format:

# Item Types
#  0 = Controllers
#  1 = Doors
#  2 = Areas
#  3 = Outputs (PGM)
#  4 = Zones (Inputs
#  5 = Variables
#  6 = Trouble Inputs
# Item Type,Item ID,Controller ID,Name 2,Opt1
1,0,0,Door 1,
1,1,0,Door 2,
2,0,0,CP1: Area1,
2,1,0,Area2,
3,0,0, CP1 Bell 1,
3,1,0, CP1 Relay 1,
3,2,0, CP1 Relay 2,
4,209,0,GX IX1 VirtInput 2,
4,210,0,GX IX1 VirtInput 3,
4,211,0,GX IX1 VirtInput 4,
4,212,0,GX IX1 VirtInput 5,
6,0,0, CP1 12V Supply Failure,
6,1,0, CP1 Real Time Clock Not Set,
6,2,0, CP1 Service Report Test

UISET Actions

ID Attribute Set to
log value latest security log lines (as many as specified by the 'logsize' option)
log0 value latest line of the security log when a new entry is added, set back to blank after a short period
a<n>.name value name assigned to area <n>
a<n>.state value area state value<n>
a<n>.tamper.state value area tamper state value<n>
o<n>.name value name assigned to output <n>
o<n>.state value output state value<n>
i<n>.name value name assigned to input <n>
i<n>.state value input state value<n>
ti<n>.name value name assigned to trouble input <n>
ti<n>.state value trouble input state value<n>
d<n>.name value name assigned to door <n>
d<n>.state value door state value <n>
d<n>.lock.state value door lock state value <n>
connection.offline visible true when datapoint connection = offline
false when datapoint connection = online
connection.online visible true when datapoint connection = online
false when datapoint connection = offline
<datapoint_id>.1 visible true when datapoint with ID <datapoint_id> has value '1'
false when datapoint with ID <datapoint_id> has value '0'
<datapoint_id>.0 visible true when datapoint with ID <datapoint_id> has value '0'
false when datapoint with ID <datapoint_id> has value '1'

Log Files

If a Protege anti-intrusion unit is connected to HSYCO, the security.log file will be written in the same directories as the daily log files and will include the log entries received by the panel.

This file is never overwritten or deleted from HSYCO SERVER.

Release Notes

3.7.0

  • initial version release


Protege is a registered trademark of Integrated Control Technology Limited