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Browsing Locks

This section describes how to view lock information on iLOQ Manager.

Proceed as follows.

  1. Select Basic data > Browse locks.

  2. The locks are shown in the grid view.

    The columns are:

    • Placement — Placement refers to the lock door or room number that you can find in the floor plan.
    • Floor plan — Floor plan indicates the floor plan where the lock is located at.
    • Locking target — Locking target provides a more detailed description, or the name of the room or premises, where the lock will lead to.
    • Lock cylinder — Lock cylinder refers to the lock cylinder type.
    • Serial number — Serial number indicates the serial number of the lock. If a lock has a serial number in the software, it also has a physical counterpart. This information is only shown for locks that have been programmed in the system.
    • Programming state — This column contains the programming state of the lock. Possible values are:
      • Programmed — The lock has been programmed, and the physical lock has the same data as shown in iLOQ Manager. This is the desired state for the locks in the system.
      • Ordered — The lock has been ordered. A lock programming task has been created for the lock. It is either a task for initial programming of a new physical lock, or a re-programming task for an existing lock. However, the lock programming is pending. A user with enough usage rights can program the lock.
      • Transferred to programming — A lock programming task has been transferred to iLOQ Programmer.
      • In planning — Changes to an existing lock information have been made, or a new lock has been added, but not yet created as a programming task (that is, ordered).
    • Type of lock — This column indicates the lock type. Possible values are:
      • Normal — The lock is an offline lock. Re-programming can be done through iLOQ Programmer.
      • Networked — The lock is an online lock. Re-programming can be done remotely through the Internet, or through iLOQ Programmer.
    • Programming incomplete — This status column indicates whether the lock programming state is incomplete or complete.
    • Time limited — This status column indicates whether the lock is time limited or not.
    • Conditional access — The check box in this status column indicates whether the lock can handle conditional access rights or not. In other words, is there any external device connected for controlling the lock's external input.
    • Description of the conditional access — This column contains a description of the external device that is connected to the lock, to control the conditional access right.
    • Programming type — This column indicates the latest lock programming type. Possible values are:
      • Normal — The latest lock programming has been an access right or time limit change.
      • Blacklist change — A key has been or will be added to or removed from the blacklist.
      • Reset — The lock will be reset.
    • Last edited — This status column indicates when the lock programming state was last changed.
    • Editor — This column indicates the user that has last changed the lock programming state.
    • Estate — This column indicates the estate where the lock belongs to.
    • Zone — This column indicates the zone where the lock belongs to.
    • Lock model — This column indicates the lock model.
    • Escutcheon — This column indicates the escutcheon type.
    • Door type — This column indicates the door type.
    • Approach direction — Approach direction refers to the direction where the lock will be opened from, if the door is equipped with a double-sided lock.
    • Lock extension — This column indicates whether the lock has an extension piece, and its length. The extension piece is used to extend the lock cylinder length.
    • Door thickness (mm) — This column indicates the door thickness. This may be necessary information for mounting the door.
    • Depth of lock body (mm) — This column indicates the depth of the lock body. This may be necessary information for mounting the door.
    • Opening direction — This column indicates the door handedness.
    • Note — This column contains additional information on the lock.
    • Other requirements — This column contains other requirements related to the lock.
    • Count of access rights — This column indicates the number of access rights assigned for the lock.
    • Count of hidden access rights — This column indicates the number of lock access rights hidden from the user, on a foreign zone.
    • Access right with version — This column indicates whether the lock has a versional access right.
    • Clock installed — The check box in this status column indicates whether there is a clock installed on the lock or not.
    • Clock — This column indicates when the clock has been taken in use.
    • Outdoor use — The check box in this status column indicates whether the lock is suitable for outdoor use or not.

    The locks in the grid have color codes as follows:

    • Green — The lock is selected.
    • Pink — The lock has an error status. See the tool tip by hovering your mouse over the row.
    • Orange — The lock is a networked lock that has not yet reported its existence to the server.
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