OP200 is a next-generation fingerprint reader designed specifically for both Lenel and AMAG customers.
OP200 is the industry’s first and only biometric reader which integrates directly with either OnGuard or Symmetry software databases without needing any middleware.
No middleware means no costly license to purchase nor time-consuming downloads & configurations.
OP200 delivers pure direct hardware integration. OP200 automatically synchronizes with OnGuard or Symmetry and all the OP200 biometric readers on the network.
Simply put, OP200 is the fastest, easiest, least costly way for Lenel and AMAG customers to add biometric readers to their buildings’ access points.
OP200 Installation is fast & simple and very similar to installing any simple keypad reader.
First provide 12V power and network cables near the OP200 Master and slave reader wall mounts. Then connect power and network cable to OP200 Master reader and slave readers. Make note of OP200 Master reader’s IP address. Configure slave readers with OP200 Master’s IP address. Then install OP200 driver on computer running OnGuard or Symmtery and enter IP address of OP200 Master reader. Upon handshake, OnGuard or Symmetry user-data automatically synchronizes with OP200 Master. After synchronization, enroll fingerprints either directly on OP200 Master reader or on SilkID fingerprint enrollment reader (connected to computer running OnGuard or Symmtery).
This completes the installation. OP200 Master reader will automatically synchronize user data and fingerprint templates amongst OP200 slave readers whenever changes occur.
OP200 Operation is simple and fairly seamless to the enduser
Once user-data is automatically synchronized between OnGuard or Symmetry and OP200 Master reader, OP200 slave fingerprint readers are now ready for operation.
When users authenticate to an OP200 slave reader with their credential (i.e. their fingerprint, card and/or password) at the door, the OP200 slave reader will query its embedded database for a credential-match.
Upon positive match the OP200 slave reader will transmit the user ID to the Lenel or AMAG panel via Wiegand.
If the panel determines that the user has appropriate access rights, the panel will unlock the door, accordingly
Note any subsequent change in users (from OnGuard) or fingerprint templates (on OP200 Master) are automatically synchronized with OP200 slave readers on the network.
OnGuard and Symmtery Integration:
OP200 ﬁrmware communicates directly with OnGuard or Symmtery and automatically synchronizes needed customer user data. Eliminates need for middleware.
Eliminates need to manually create users in the biometric readers.
Advanced SilkID ﬁngerprint recognition technology delivers optimal accuracy, matching speed and powerful fake ﬁnger detection.
Auto Data Synchronization:
Multiple OP200s automatically synchronize ﬁngerprint templates. Eliminates need for middleware.
Eliminates need to separately manage templates
Wiegand-Out to Lenel access control panel
Wiegand-In for connecting optional 3rd party card readers
TCP/IP and RS232/485 data communication
USB for offline data management
Authentication Options ((single or multi-factor)
RFID (HID, Mifare, Desﬁre)
3,000 Fingerprint templates
|Color||2.4″ TFT LCD display|
|Current Draw||12V DC, 1 Amp|
|Length||7 3/4″ (195.5 mm)|
|Width||3 1/2” (87 mm)|
|Depth||1 1/2” (35 mm)|
|Operating Temperature||22 F ~ 122 F (-10 C ~ 50 C)|
|Operating Humidity||20% to 80%|
|Dimensions||12” x 9” x 4”|
|Weight||3 lbs (48 ozs.)|