XPressEntry Readers

XPressEntry Readers and Handhelds

To open the Reader tab, open the main XPressEntry Application and select the Add/Edit Info Tab. Find the Readers tab underneath that.



You must be logged in as an Administrator or a User with Add/Edit permissions.

 

Readers vs Handhelds

You’ll notice that the Readers tab has two lists on the left. Handhelds and Readers. A handheld is a reader with a GUID associated with it. This GUID is the unique hardware identifier for the reader. A reader is a record in the system which may or may not be configured already. It’s a LOGICAL reader and often is included just as a placeholder reader for sending events into 3rd party Access Control Systems.

 

Fields

Name – The name of the device. It’s useful to put a physical label on the device with an identical or similar identifier.

Door – The door currently assigned to the device. Note that there are configurations where the device itself can set the door.

Verification Zone – When we’re using the device in Verification Mode, this is the zone the Cardholder needs access to. Like a Door, this can be set on the reader in some cases.

Verification Group – Not used

Profile – The selected Reader Profile for the device

GUID – the Global Unique ID for the device