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HANDKEY
II



BIOMETRIC ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM READER

PART 1
-

GENERAL

1.1

SUMMARY

A.

Section Includes

1.

Biometric access control system

(BACS)

with the following capabilities:

a.

System operating configuration(s):

1)

Single[

or multiple
] reader with stand
-
alone means of authentication.

2)

Centrally supervised and programmable means of authentication at one or
more opening locations.

b.

System operational features:

1)

Store template for hand geometry paired
with a unique user PIN or an access
card credential.

2)

Trigger the release of an electrified lock or other relay
-
driven events.

2.

Provide biometric access control system inclusive of, but not limited to, the following
equipment and components:

a.

Central Computer for
Biometric reader

s
oftware,

or other ACS software as
appropriate.

b.

Workstations.

c.

ACS Remote field panels.

d.

Access control cards.

e.

Access control card readers.

f.

Electrified locking door hardware.

g.

Door alarm devices.

h.

Request to Exit devices.

i.

Power supplies.

j.

Cables and conductors.

k.

Relays required to operate electrified locking hardware or other alarm or exit
devices.

l.

Miscellaneous hardware.

3.

Demonstration and Owner’s personnel training in operation of biometric access control
system and assista
nce with establishing biometric template database.

B.

Related Sections:

1.

Section

087100


Door Hardware, for door hardware items at controlled opening.

2.

Division

26 Sections, for wiring to access control components and electrified door
hardware.

3.

Division

28 Sections, for additional requirements for access control system cabling.

1.2

REFEREN
CES

A.

Fire/Life Safety

1.

NFPA


National Fire Protection Association: NFPA 70


National Electric Code.

2.

UL


Underwriters Laboratory: UL 294


Access Control System Units.

1.3

DEFINITIONS

A.

Abbreviations

1.

ACS

Access Control System

2.

BACS

Biometric Access Control System

3.

PIN

Personal Identification Number

1.4

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

A.

Design Requirements: The following overview of the Biometric Access Control System is
provided to define a framework for understanding the syst
em design and operation.

1.

Manufacturer: Specifications are based upon biometric hand geometry access control
reader as manufactured by Schlage, an Ingersoll Rand Company; model “HandKey II.”

2.

Operation:

a.

Users enters their 1 to 10 Digit code at the keypad or
optionally, present an access
card and then present their hand for authentication. The biometric reader
authenticates the hand presented with the previously captured, 9
-
byte, three
-
dimensional hand template, simultaneously analyzing more than 31,000 point
s and
comparing over 90 units of measurements. This identification template is capable
of being stored in the reader, on a card, or in the ACS.

b.

Authentication of the identity of the individual shall take less than one second and
be capable of accomplishin
g the following:

1)

Permit access through a door opening equipped with electrified locking
hardware.

2)

Relay switching for auxiliary products such as an audible alarm or camera.

3)

Operate stand
-
alone, reading the individual’s PIN or access card, or send the
Wiega
nd data signal to an access control panel with the users validity; and

4)

Record the time.

c.

Biometric readers shall provide positive authentication of each user’s identity by
positive analysis and matching of hand geometry templates already stored at the
time
of user’s initial enrollment in the system.

d.

System shall include access card numbers for template look up, with the biometric
reader sending the Wiegand card data on to the ACS for database validation of the
pe
r
son and time parameters for the portal that a
re set within the ACS.

B.

Performance Requirements: BACS shall conform to the following performance requirements.

1.

Maximum hand read transaction time: 1 second.

2.

Minimum template capacity: 512, expandable to 259,072.

3.

Transaction buffer capacity of 5120 transac
tions.

4.

ID number characters from 1 to 10, selectable.

5.

Support for card reader technologies including bar code, magnetic stripe, Wiegand,
MIFARE, iClass, and Proximity.

6.

Ability to read an access card using one of the technologies above and transmit that car
d
read data once a successful authentication of the user’s hand has been accomplished.

7.

Ability to store the hand template on the access card if using either the iCLASS or the
MIFARE reader option.

8.

Optional set up for use of a valid door unlock while simult
aneously providing a duress
code.

9.

The ability to utilize up to 62 time zones.

10.

The ability to communicate with up to 31 other equivalent devices over an RS422/485
daisy chain configuration.

11.

The ability to communicate over a LAN and WAN through use of an opt
ional EN
-
200
module.

12.

The ability to communicate through the use of an optional MD
-
500 modem module.

1.5

SUBMITTALS

1.6

QUALITY ASSURANCE

A.

Product Substitutions: For the purpose of performing the work of this secti
on, comply with
product r
equirements stated in Division

0
1 and as specified herein.

1.

Where a specific manufacturer’s product is named and accompanied by the words “no
substitute
s
,” including make or model number or other designation, provide product
exactly

as specified.

a.

Where no additional products or manufacturers are listed in a product category,
requirements for “no substitute
s
” govern product selection.

1.7

COORDINATION

A.

Owner Coordination: The Project may include interface with existing ACS. Coordinate wi
th
Owner and obtain Owner’s written permission before interrupting operation of existing ACS.

1.

Notify the Owner a minimum of 3[
5
] working days in advance of any requested
interruptions of existing ACS.

B.

Electrical System Roughing
-
In:

1.

Coordinate layout and in
stallation of BACS with connections to power supplies and
building safety and security systems.

2.

Coordinate with the work of other sections for installation and pulling wire and cabling of
ACS through adjacent components provided by others.

C.

Coordinate with
the work of Section

087100


Door Hardware for door hardware used in
conjunction with ACS at openings.

1.8

WARRANTY

A.

Warranty: Manufacturer's standard form in which manufacturer agrees to repair or replace
components of
B
ACS that fail in materials or workmanshi
p within specified warranty period.

1.

Warranty Period: Years from date of Substantial Completion, for durations indicated.

a.

Biometric Access Control System: 1 year

2.

Warranty does not cover damage or faulty operation due to improper installation,
improper use o
r abuse.

1.9

MAINTENANCE

A.

Extra Materials

1.

Furnish extra materials that match products installed and that are packaged with
protective covering for storage and identified with labe
ls describing contents.

a.

<
Insert quantity, descriptions and model #s of extra materials
>.

B.

Maintenance Tools

1.

Furnish One (1) complete set of special tools required for maintenance of
B
ACS and
components.

PART 2
-

PRODUCTS

2.1

MANUFACTURERS

A.

Biometric Access Control System

(BACS): “HandKey II” as manufactured by Schlage, an
Ingersoll Rand Company.
No substitutes will be accepted.

2.2

MATERIALS

A.

Fasteners: Manufacturer’s standard corrosion
-
resistant, nonstaining, nonbleeding fasteners and
accessories compatible with adjacent mat
erials.

B.

Cables

1.

Cabling:
Provide cabling as required for the following applications.

a.

Cabling for communication to and from
biometric
readers for template
distribution, and other data communication.

b.

Cabling for communication of Wiegand card data to the
ACS
.

2.

Cabling Types:

a.

Provide cabling of type(s) as required by
ACS

and
BACS
manufacturer
(
s
); subject
to compliance with building code requirements,

for the approved
installation
.

C.

Electrified Locking Hardware: Provided under Section

087100


Door Hardware.

2.3

BIOME
TRIC ACCESS CONTROL
SYSTEM

A.

General: Provide BACS at indicated openings, inclusive of associated equipment and
accessories required for a complete installation.

1.

Refer to Section

087100


Door Hardware for additional hardware items associated with
opening.

B.

B
iometric Reader: Schlage “HandKey II,” incorporating the following features:

1.

UL 294 Certification

2.

Antimicrobial hand platen with blue hand outline

3.

LED hand placement display

4.

16 button Keypad with support to input up to 10 digit PINs

5.

LCD Display

6.

Door conta
ct input

7.

Request
-
to
-
Exit (REX) input

8.

2 additional auxiliary inputs

9.

3 user definable outputs

10.

Transaction buffer of 5120 transactions

11.

Operable on 12 or 24 Volts AC or DC

12.

32 deg

F (0 deg

C) to 110 deg

F (45

deg

C) operating temperature

13.

20

percent to 80

percen
t relative humidity operating range, non
-
condensing

14.

Less than or equal to 1 second verification time

15.

Menu driven programming structure with the ability to assign permission levels to users

16.

The ability to set the reject level individually by user

C.

User Capac
ity: Base user capacity of 512, with expanded capacity for additional users, as
indicated below:

1.

EM
-
801: 9,728 users

2.

EM
-
803: 32,512 users

3.

EM
-
813: 64,768 users

4.

EM
-
823: 129,536 users

5.

EM
-
833: 194,304 users

6.

EM
-
843: 259,072 u
sers

D.

Options:

1.

CR
-
2, Magnetic Stripe Reader; wal
l mounted.

2.

iCLASS, internally mounted HID iClass reader.

3.

SC
-
100, Integrated side mounted
MIFARE
smart card reader.

4.

DC
-
102, Data Converter for 4 wire system, RS232 to RS485 with 120VAC 60Hz power
supply.

5.

DC
-
102
-
220, Data Converter for 4 wire system, RS232 t
o RS485 w/220VAC 50Hz
power supply.

6.

DC
-
104, Data Converter for 2 or 4 wire system, RS232 to RS485 w/120VAC 60Hz
power supply.

7.

DC
-
104
-
220, Data Converter for 2 or 4 wire system, RS232 to RS485 w/220VAC 50Hz
power supply.

8.

INT
-
HTR, Outdoor platen heater.

9.

FX
-
E
NCL, Outdoor enclosure.

10.

TX
-
ENCL, Watertight enclosure.

11.

EN
-
200, Ethernet communication module.

12.

MD
-
500, Modem communication module.

E.

Power Supplies

1.

Provide manufacturer
-
approved power supplies, as scheduled in Section

087100


Door
Hardware, at each biometric
r
eader location.

2.4

FINISHES

PART 3
-

EXECUTION

3.1

EXAMINATION

3.2

P
REPARATION

3.3

IN
STALLATION


GENERAL

A.

BACS Installation:

1.

Install in BACS in accordance with manufacturer’s written instructions.

2.

Provide appropriate conductors for security devices, in accordance with approved Shop
Drawings.

3.

Locate and install security devices and componen
ts,
where indicated
.

3.4

INSTALLATION


BACS

A.

Confirm that the locking hardware for individual doors is consistent with the approved security
design.

B.

Use manufacturer’s installation instructions for mounting height above finished floor surfaces.
This is critic
al to the ergonomic use of the reader. Ensure that all readers in use are mounted at
the height recommended by the manufacturer.

C.

Do not apply power to a remote panel until the manufacturer's grounding requirements are
complete. Always terminate ground to

only one end of a shielded cable.

D.

Complete the reader wiring prior to powering the equipment. Bundle, lace, and train conductors
to terminal points with no excess and without exceeding manufacturer's written limitations on
bending radii. Provide and use

lacing bars and distribution spools.

E.

Follow the RS422/485 data daisy chain termination requirements in the manufacturer’s
installation instructions.

F.

When using the internal Ethernet communication module, set the IP address, Gateway, and Host
Bits by using

the SET SERIAL menu.

3.5

SYSTEM PROGRAMMING


BACS

A.

In Hosted Environment

1.

Establish network for sites and individual reader addresses.

2.

Program the system database.

3.

Assist Owner in the use of establishing permissions for the system, including the controls
and l
imits on which users can make changes to the parameters of the readers.

B.

In Stand
-
Alone Environment

1.

Establish master reader where there are multiple readers.

2.

Uniquely address the readers in a multiple reader network.

3.

Assist the Owner in the use of establi
shing permissions for the system, including the
controls and limits on which users can make changes to the parameters of the readers.

4.

Set the parameters of the system so that each user only requires enrollment at the one
reader.

3.6

ADJUSTING

3.7

CLEANING AND PROT
ECTION

3.8

DEMONSTRATION AND TR
AINING

A.

Biometric Access Control System:

1.

Furnish manufacturer
-
approved personnel to execute training of the key users at the
installation site. It is expected that the key users will then be sufficiently knowledgeable
to allow th
em to train future additional users.

a.

Establish a specific schedule for training that meets the convenience of Owner.

b.

Provide training literature and outlines at the beginning of each session.

2.

Operator and management training

a.

Provide a minimum of Two (2) ho
urs total operator and management training time.

b.

Include system operation and database management.

B.

Biometric Template Database Assistance

1.

Assist Owner in establishing template database requirements and formats. Provide
appropriate forms and written instru
ctions to Owner. Provide examples of the sequence
of co
m
pletion for all related forms.

2.

Assist Owner with the initial loading of personnel with their associated templates into the
system at the enrollment reader.

3.

Assist Owner with the initial provisioning
of the hand template on the access cards if
using the “template on the card” design.

3.9

PROTECTION

END OF SECTION