With each release, new features, enhancements, or resolved issues are added to the product.
- Move controllers to different Synergis™ units
- You can now move Mercury and Honeywell controllers from one Synergis™ unit to another in Config
Tool, using the Move to a
different unit button, instead of moving them by deleting and re-adding
For more information, see Moving Mercury and Honeywell controllers to different Synergis™ units.
- Move access control units to a different online Access Manager
- You can now move access control units to a different Access Manager role, without
first having to deactivate the roles.
For more information, see Moving access control units to a different Access Manager.
- New Mustering task
- During emergency evacuations, you can use the Mustering task on a
laptop at a designated assembly point so that people can confirm their presence at the
assembly point by badging onto a USB reader connected to the laptop.
For more information, see What is the Mustering task?.
- Add lock sensors to doors
- You can now configure doors with lock sensors to monitor whether the doors have
successfully locked. When the door is considered locked in Security
Center, but the lock sensor detects that it is
not physically locked, the lock state changes to unsecured, and the Door unsecured event is
For more information, see Configuring doors with lock sensors.
- New lock state
- Locks can now be in the unsecured state (), which indicates
that someone might have tampered with them. This state is visible in the Door
widget, on maps, and in the System status task.
For more information, see About doors.
- New door events
- You can now monitor the lock state of a door with the following native events:
- Door unsecured
- Door secured
For more information, see Event types.
- Filter cardholder and visitor events in the future
- By specifying a During the next time interval, you can now
capture cardholder and visitor events that are expected in the future. For example,
which credentials will expire in the next month, or which visitors are expected to
arrive in the next week.
The During the next time interval is available with the following report filters:
|Cardholder management||Activation date, Expiration date, Custom fields of type DateTime|
|Cardholder configuration||Activation date, Expiration date, Custom fields of type DateTime|
|Credential management||Expiration date, Custom fields of type DateTime|
|Visitor management||Expiration date, Expected arrival, Custom fields of type DateTime|
|Visit details||Expiration date, Expected arrival, Custom fields of type DateTime|
|All other reports||Custom fields of type DateTime|
- New filters in the Hardware inventory report
- In the Hardware inventory report, you can now show or hide results for controllers, expanders, locksets, and readers, using the corresponding filters in the Advanced search.
- New columns in maintenance reports
- When you generate a report from the Hardware inventory and System status tasks, you can now sort the results by Parent and Parent unit.
- New interface module events
- You can now monitor when an interface module goes offline and online with the
NOTE: The source entity for these events is the parent access control unit, but the affected interface module is displayed in breadcrumbs in the event description.
- Interface module offline
- Interface module online