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Velocity Version 3.6 SP1 Installation Guide iiMAN004-1115, November 24, 2015 Velocity 3.6 SP1 release Copyright © 2013 – 2015 Identiv. All rights reserved. ScramblePad ® and ScrambleProx ® are registered trademarks of Identiv. DIGI*TRACŽ, MATCHŽ, ScrambleCardŽ, SCRAMBLE*NETŽ (abbreviated S*NET), X*NET, and VelocityŽ are all trademarks of Identiv. Microsoft and MS are registered trademarks, and Windows, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008R2, Windows Server 2012, WindowsXP, Windows Vista, Windows7, Windows8, and Windows8.1 are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Identiv1900-B Carnegie Avenue Santa Ana, CA 92705-5520 Phone:949-250-8888 or 888-809-8880 (toll-free) Fax:949-250-7372 Web:www.identiv.com

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MAN004-1115Getting Help iii Getting HelpIf you encounter a problem that is not discussed in this guide and you need technical support, do the following: 1.Contact your local dealer or the provider of this product. 2.If your dealer is not available, contact Technical Support directly. This can be done in a number of ways: Whenever you call your lo cal dealer or Identiv, be sure to have your registration material, serial num ber, and software version number available. For future reference, record these numbers here. Serial Number: _________________________________ Version Number: ________________________________ Dealer: ________________________________________ Dealer Phone #: ________________________________ CCM Rev/Version #: _____________________________ Mail:Identiv 1900-B Carnegie Avenue Santa Ana, CA 92705-5520 Attn: Technical Support Phone:877-447-7249 toll-free Fax:(949)250-7362 Email:support@identiv.com WWW:www.identiv.com

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Velocity Version 3.6 SP1 Installation Guide ivUL Requirements UL RequirementsUL is an independent safety science company that develops safety-related standards, and tests products to determine whether they meet a specific standard so th ey can be certified as UL-listed. There are various UL standards related to security systems or their components, such as UL1076, the Standard of Safety for Proprietary Alarm Units. Velocity is flexible software that ca n control a wide variety of hardware components, enabling you to design a custom system that meets your particular security needs. This topic provides information about designing a security system usin g Velocity software and DIGI*TRAC hardware that meets certain UL standards. GENERAL INFORMATION The UL-listed Velocity System may be comprised of the following components: Central Supervisory Station, XBox, M1N, M2, M8, M16, Mx, DS47L, DS47L-HI, DS47L-SPX, DS47L-SPX-HI, Power Limitation Board (CL2), PS2, DTLM1, DTLM2, DTLM3, MELM1, MELM2, and MELM3. The M2, M8, M16, and Mx may employ the following expansion boards: MEB/BE, AEB, REB8, SNIB, and SNIB2. UL1076 compliance requires use of a listed reader. Currently listed readers are the Dorado Models 540 and 640, and the Sensor Engineering Models 30387, 31880, and 32005. Wiring methods shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA70), Canadian Electr ical Code (C22.1), local codes, and the authorities having jurisdicti on. All cabling and wire used must be Listed or Recognized AWM wire, suitable for the application. Class2 or 3 conductors must be segregated from electric light, power, Class1 conductors, non-Clas s2 or 3 signaling conductors, battery backup, and medium-pow er network-powered broadband communications-circ uit conductors. The system shall not be installed in the fail-secure mode unless permitted by the local authority havi ng jurisdiction, and it shall not interfere with the operation of Listed panic hardware. The use of panic hardware has not been evaluated by UL.

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MAN004-1115UL Requirements vUL terms that are applicable to this application can be found in AppendixB, fiGlossaryfl of the DIGI*TRAC Systems Design & Installation Guide (MAN001). Summary of UL294 Performance Levels for Access Control Features: UL 294 Rating Achieved by th e Different Models of the Mx Controller: Feature Level ILevel II Level III Level IV Destruc- tive Attack No attack test Withstand attack test for 2 minutes Withstand attack test for 5 minutes, or generate an alarm event in 2minutes Withstand attack test for 5 minutes, or generate an alarm in 2 minutes which cannot be silenced for 2 minutes Line Security No line securityStandard line security Encrypted line security 128 bits Encrypted line security 256 bits Endurance1,000 cycles 25,000 cycles50,000 cycles100,000 cycles Standby Power No sec-ondary power sourceCan main- tain normal operations for a mini- mum of 30 minutes Can maintain normal operation for a minimum of 2 hoursCan maintain normal operation for a minimum of 4hours Feature Mx-2 Rating Mx-4 Rating Mx-8 Rating Destructive AttackLevel ILevel ILevel I Line SecurityLevel IIILevel IIILevel III EnduranceLevel IV Level IVLevel IV Standby PowerLevel II with 1.3 Ah battery; Level IV with 7.2 Ah battery Level IVLevel IV

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Velocity Version 3.6 SP1 Installation Guide viUL Requirements Standby Power Requirements for Various UL Standards: When the available controller power is insufficient, an external power supply can be used to power attached devices such as a ScramblePad or MATCH2 interface. That power supply must be a UL-listed low-voltage Class2 power limited power supply, which is capable of providing standby power for the duration required by the UL standard your physical access control system must meet: †UL 294 Access Control Performance Level I: not applicable †UL 294 Access Control Performance Level II: 30 minutes †UL 294 Access Control Performance Level III: 2 hours †UL 294 Access Control Performance Level IV: 4 hours †UL 1076: 24 hours †CAN/ULC-S319-05: 30 minute s (for Class I equipment) A Velocity system with Mx controllers meets the requirements of CAN/ULC-S319-05 Equipment Class I. VELOCITY 1.For the software requirements and minimum hardware requirements of Velocity serv ers, clients, and standalone workstations, see fiSystem Requir ementsfl starting on page 5. 2.If Alarm Priority levels are assign ed by the user, then the following priority must be assigned for UL applications: a.Fire alarm and industrial supervis ion where a risk of injury to persons, or damage to or destruction of property may be involved. b.Hold-up or panic alarm. c.Burglar alarm. d.Watchman tour. e.Fire-alarm supervision. f.Burglar-alarm supervision. UL Standard UL 294 UL 1076 CAN/ULC-S319-05 Required Dura- tion of Standby Power 30 minutes for Access Con- trol Performance Level II; 4hours for Access Control Performance Level IV 24 hours30 minutes for ClassI equipment

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Velocity Version 3.6 SP1 Installation Guide viii UL Requirements 6.Communication circuits and network components connected to the telecommunications network sh all be protected by secondary protectors for communication ci rcuits. These protectors shall comply with the Standard for Secondary Protectors for Communication Circuits, UL497A. These protectors shall be used only in the protected si de of the telecommunications network.7.The Central Monitoring Station E quipment shall be installed in a temperature-controlled environment. A temperature-controlled environment is defined as one th at can be maintained between 13Œ35°C (55Œ95°F) by the HVAC system. Twenty-four hours of standby power shall be provided for the HVAC system. The standby power for the HVAC system may be supplied by an engine-driven generator alone; a standby battery is not required to be used.8.In addition to the main pow er supply and secondary power supply that are required to be provided at the central supervisory station, the system shall be provided with an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) with suffici ent capacity to operate the computer equipment for a minimum of 15 minutes. If more than 15 minutes is required for the se condary power supply to supply the UPS input power, the UPS shall be capable of providing input power for at least that amount of time. 9.The UPS shall comply with the Standard for Uninterruptible Power Supply Equipment (UL1778) or the Standard for Fire Protective signaling Devices (UL1481). 10.To perform maintenance and repair service, a means for disconnecting the input to the UP S while maintaining continuity of power to the automation system shall be provided. 11.The alarm system™s network setti ngs shall be designed such that the maximum time lapse from the init iation of an initiating device circuit until it is annunciated at the central supervising station shall not exceed 90 seconds. 12.The alarm system™s network setti ngs shall be designed such that the maximum time for the central supervising station to annunciate a single break, single ground, wire-to-wire short, loss of signal, or any combination of these, shall not exceed 200 seconds.

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MAN004-1115UL Requirements ix13.The alarm system configuration shall be designed such that the number of signals on a single ch annel shall be limited to 1000. UL-Listed DIGI*TRAC Components The following DIGI*TRAC components are UL-listed: M1N 1.Input rating of the M1N is 120VAC, 50/60Hz, 500mA. 2.The Alarm/Control Relay contact rating is 24VDC, 1A, resistive. M21.UL has verified comp atibility of the Hirsch DS47L, DS47L-HI, DS47L-SPX, and DS47L-SPX-HI with the M2. 2.The Alarm/Control Relay contact rating is 24VDC, 1A, resistive. M81.UL has verified comp atibility of the Hirsch DS47L, DS47L-HI, DS47L-SPX, and DS47L-SPX-HI with the M8. 2.The Alarm/Control Relay contact rating is 24VDC, 1A, resistive. M16 1.Input rating of the M16 is 120VAC, 50/60Hz, 1A. 2.UL has verified comp atibility of the Hirsch DS47L-SPX with the M16. 3.The Alarm/Control Relay contact rating is 24VDC, 1A, resistive. Mx1.UL has verified comp atibility of the Hirsch DS47L, DS47L-HI, DS47L-SPX, and DS47L-SPX-HI with the Mx. 2.The Alarm/Control Relay contact rating is 24VDC, 1A, resistive. 3.The Ethernet cable connecting the SNIB2 communications port to an external network must be shielded. XBOX This device was only required for use with MOMENTUM systems. 1.XBox configuration and installation are addressed in the fiXBox Installationfl topic of the DIGI*TRAC Systems Design & Installation Guide (MAN001).

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Velocity Version 3.6 SP1 Installation Guide xUL Requirements 2.UL has not verified the XBox hookup for a remote dialup controller or the modem loop configuration. 3.The alarm relay contact is rated 24VDC, 2A, resistive. 4.Wiring to the RS-232 circuit is limited to the same room (25 feet).5.Shielded cable must be used on the RS-232 circuit.

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MAN004-1115xiContentsGetting Help..iii UL Requirements..iv Introduction.1 Pre-Installation..5 System Requirements..5 Hardware Requirements.6 Software Requirements7 Firmware Requirements..8 Compatible Versions of Integrations.9 Connecting Other Hardware Devices.10 Installing the Operating System12 Installing Windows Server 2008R213 Enabling Network Discovery..20 Installing Windows7 SP1 or Windows8.1..20 Turning Off the Windows Firewall22 Enabling the .NET Framework 3.5..23 Enabling the .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows 8.1..24 Enabling the .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows Server 2008 R2 25Enabling the .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows Server 201227 Installing IIS to Support the Velo city Web Services Client..34 System Requirements for the Velocity Web Services Client..34 To install IIS on Windows 7:35 To install IIS on Windows Server 2008:37 IIS Options for the Velocity Web Services Client on Windows Server 2012 R2.40

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