Supported Aperio-enabled lock features in Synergis™ Softwire 10.11 - Synergis™ Softwire 10.11

Synergis™ Softwire Integration Guide 10.11

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Synergis™ Softwire 10.11
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2020-06-26

Interface modules come in all shapes and sizes and offer a wide range of features. Synergis™ Softwire supports most of the common features found on the market.

Synergis™ Softwire 10.11 supports the following Aperio-enabled lock features

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The following is the legend for some common values found in the Supported column:
Yes
Feature is offered by the interface module and is supported by Synergis™ Softwire.
No
Feature is offered by the interface module but is not supported by Synergis™ Softwire.
Not applicable
Feature is not offered by the interface module.
Features Supported
General characteristics  
Category of interface module Electronic lock
Communication protocol RS-485/IP1
Encrypted communication No/Yes2
Online operation (connected to the Synergis™ unit)  
Standalone mode Not applicable
Supervised mode No
Dependent mode Yes3
Offline operation (no connection to the Synergis™ unit)  
Standalone mode Not applicable
Degraded mode No
Wireless operation  
Contact the Synergis™ unit on event On read
Polling interval (v3 locks only) Yes
Scheduled radio contact (Status report interval) 1 - 60 min.
Battery checks Yes
Power fail lock settings (Fail Safe/Fail Secure) No
Scalability  
Maximum number of offline events Not applicable
Maximum number of credentials (for autonomous decision making) Not applicable
Maximum credential length (in bits) 256
Maximum number of interface modules per channel 644
Recommended maximum number of interface modules per Synergis™ unit 64

1 Between the Synergis™ unit and the Aperio wireless communication hub. The AH30 hub communicates over RS-485; the AH40 hub communicates over IP.

2 Communication can be encrypted between the Aperio hub and the lock.

Communication between the Synergis™ and the AH30 hub is unencrypted. Communication with the AH40 hub uses TLS 1.2 encryption.

3 Aperio-enabled locks can hold five credentials that work offline.

4 If the unit is controlling multiple locks, spreading the hubs and locks evenly across all available RS-485 channels increases performance.

(AH30) Each channel supports up to eight hubs, and each hub supports up to eight Aperio devices, for a maximum of 64 Aperio devices per channel. One Synergis™ unit supports up to 32 AH30 hubs and 64 Aperio devices.

(AH40) Each hub controls up to 16 Aperio devices for a total of 64 Aperio devices per Synergis™ unit. One Synergis™ unit supports up to 64 AH40 hubs and 64 Aperio devices.