How it works
Door lock / unlock schedule in Sigur is an operating mode, i.e. it is a customizable sequence of days with the starting date. This sequence will repeat from the starting date on forever (for Level 1 modes) or till the end date (for Level 2 modes and higher).
Every schedule has the following settings:
- Intervals for locked, unlocked and normal door operating modes
- Special days with a higher priority over usual days, i.e. on a special day, parameters of the schedule will change according to the settings
- Priority for overriding the current schedule for a limited period of time. If several schedules coincide, the higher priority schedule will be applied
For different checkpoints you can choose different lock / unlock schedules.
Sigur controller switches between the regular and the chosen modes at the start and at the end of the chosen time intervals. For example, if a door locked according to the schedule is unlocked by a command from a workstation, it will be switched to and remain unlocked till the next time interval.
When a door is locked according to the schedule, the operator will see a respective event, which will be then saved in the PACS archive.
This functionality is executed independently by the controller and does not require connection to the server.
System response to events
In Sigur, door lock / unlock schedules can be set via the system response to events functionality (event type: scheduled). In this case, you can set the starting date, date and time when the lock / unlock mode will change, checkpoints to be applied to and the designated mode.
However, this functionality is software-based, therefore it will work only if the server is available. To enable this functionality, you need to install Sigur System Response to the “Events module”.