iX30 – Configurations

Knowledge Base - Sirius iX30
28/05/2020
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The Sirius iX30 is an versatile and multifunctional card reader with measurements which fits perfectly on doorposts. Depending on the application, the configuration, and there with the output, can vary.

The configuration defines which card type is read by default by the Sirius iX30.

801-5301 TKH coded

The Sirius iX30 TKH coded can both read TKH coded Mifare classic cards and TKH coded Mifare DESFire cards simultaneously and works by default at the following devices.

*since clock/data is an standard, the Sirius iX30 should work by default on third party controllers which supports the clock/data communication protocol. We strongly recommend to test it on forehand.

The output differs per card type:

TKH Security Mifare Classic:

  • 4 digits system code e.g.: 1234
  • 4 digits card number e.g.: 6789

Result as output: 12346789

TKH Security Mifare DESFire:

  • 6 digits system code e.g.: 123456
  • 6 digits card number e.g.: 789012

Result as output: 123456789012

801-5302 CSN

The Sirius iX30 reads both 4 byte and 7 byte CSN simultaneously and works by default at the following devices:

*7byte CSN cannot be processed by the Orbit!

**since clock/data is an standard, the Sirius iX30 should work by default on third party controllers which supports the clock/data communication protocol. We strongly recommend to test it on forehand.

The output differs per card type:

4Byte CSN:

  • 10 digits CSN

Result as output: 1234567890

7Byte CSN:

  • 17 digits CSN

Result as output: 12345678901234567

801-5303 Programmable

The Sirius iX30 801-5303 programmable does not contain any configuration by default. Programming the Sirius iX30 depends on the connection/protocol.

Reader configuration file:
A by the Hardware Controll Applet generated reader file which determines the exactly configuration. This can be distributed central through iProtect.

  • Create reader configuration file
  • Upload the file per line

Detailed information can be found in the manual: TKH_Security_HardwareControllApplet.

Configuration card:
A customer specific card which can be ordered by TKH Security which writes down the configuration into the card reader.

  • Connect the card reader
  • Switch on the power. The card readers LED turns into BLUE
  • Present the configuration card and wait until the card reader restarts.
  • The card readers LED turns into RED. The configuration is complete