Honeywell Integration with OnGuard 7.2
OnGuard 7.2 supports the ability to communicate with Honeywell access panels and downstream
devices. This document provides an overview of this support.
Honeywell transition firmware link:
Supported Access Panels and Downstream Devices
The following Honeywell access panels are supported in OnGuard 7.2:
The following downstream devices are also supported:
• PW5K1R1 Single Reader Interface
• PW5K1R2/PW6K1R2 Dual Reader Interface
• PW5K1IN/PW6K1IN 16 Input Module
• PW5K1OUT/PW6K1OUT 16 Output Module
• PRO22R1 Single Reader Interface
• PRO22R2/PRO32R2 Dual Reader Interface
• PRO22IN/PRO32IN 16 Input Module
• PRO22OUT/PRO32OUT 16 Output Module
Configure Honeywell Access Panels and Downstream Devices in OnGuard
To configure the Honeywell hardware in OnGuard, select the appropriate equivalent access panel or downstream device in OnGuard.
A Honeywell support check box has been added to the Panel Options tab for the LNL-3300,
LNL-2000 and LNL-500 access panels. Select this check box to enable communication between the Honeywell controller and OnGuard.
Note: The Honeywell support check box is a licensed option and is not visible by default.
Refer to the following table for Lenel-to-Honeywell controller pairings:
Selecting the Honeywell support check box for a controller type enables communication with supported downstream devices. Refer to the following table for Lenel-to-Honeywell downstream device pairings:
Lenel-to-Honeywell Access Panel Pairings
Lenel Access Panel Honeywell Equivalent Access Panel
Lenel-to-Honeywell Downstream Device Pairings
Lenel Downstream Device Honeywell Equivalent Downstream Device
LNL-1300 Single Reader Interface Module PW5K1R1/PRO22R1
LNL-1320 Dual Reader Interface Module PW5K1R2/PW6K1R2/PRO22R2/PRO32R2
LNL-1100 Input Control Module PW5K1IN/PW6K1IN/PRO22IN/PRO32IN
LNL-1200 Output Control Module PW5K1OUT/PW6K1OUT/PRO22OUT/PRO32OUT
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Configure Port Numbers for the PW5K1IC Downstream Device
When configuring a Honeywell PW5K1IC as an LNL-2000 access panel, the ports on the PW5K1IC do not match the ports listed in OnGuard. Refer to the following table to select the correct port number in OnGuard:
Edit Input/Output Mapping for Readers in the ACS.ini File
Existing installations may have reader wiring in place that differs from the standard Lenel wiring where inputs are used for the door contact, REX, Aux Input 1, and Aux Input 2; and outputs are used for the strike, Aux Output 1, and Aux Output 2.
To specify custom reader input/output mappings via settings in the ACS.ini file, perform the following procedure:
1. Stop the Communication Server that services the targeted access panels and downstream devices.
2. Open the ACS.ini file located on the Communication Server workstation using a text editor, such as Notepad.
3. Copy the content in Reader Input/Output Mapping Settings in the ACS.ini File on page 5 and paste it into the ACS.ini file.
4. Save the ACS.ini file and close the text editor.
5. Restart the Communication Server for the targeted access panels and downstream devices.
6. When the access panels and downstream devices come back online, perform a database download to send the customized settings to the hardware.
Note: Changes made to the ACS.ini file using the procedure in this section apply to all access panels and downstream devices serviced by a Communication Server workstation where the customized ACS.ini file resides. If custom mapping is not desired for certain access panels and devices, then these access panels and devices must be placed on a separate Communication Server workstation that does not have the customized ACS.ini file on it.
Lenel-to-Honeywell Port Pairings
Port Label on Honeywell PW5K1IC Port Number in OnGuard
Port 3 Port 2
Port 4 Port 3
Port 5 Port 4
Port 6 Port 5
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Install Firmware on Honeywell Hardware
Note: Firmware downloads are not required for the Honeywell access panels and downstream devices to function, and are only necessary if specific functionality is needed or required after an upgrade.
Note: The OnGuard system does not include the current release of firmware for Honeywell access panels and downstream devices. The firmware is available for download from the
Lenel Knowledge Base at kb.lenel.com. Before switching to OnGuard, it is recommended that all Honeywell access panels and downstream devices have the latest available firmware.
In order to update the Honeywell access panels and downstream devices, the Honeywell firmware files must reside on the OnGuard Communication Server and must comply with OnGuard file naming conventions. To do this, follow these steps:
1. On the OnGuard Communication Server that is communicating with the Honeywell access panels and downstream devices, locate the folder where the flash files reside. By default, the
OnGuard directory is located in this folder:
- 32-bit servers: C:\Program Files\OnGuard
- 64-bit servers: C:\Program Files (x86)\OnGuard
2. Copy the Honeywell files into the appropriate folder: hon3300.bin, hon2000.bin,
hon2000_aes.bin, hon500.bin, hon1320.bin, hon1300.bin, hon1100.bin, hon1200.bin
Leave the existing bin files in the OnGuard directory (lnl2210.bin, lnl2220.bin, lnl3300.bin, and lnl3300_m5.bin) on the Communication Server.
3. In Alarm Monitoring, right-click on the access panel to update, and select Download Firmware.
For more information, refer to the Alarm Monitoring User Guide.
Note: Honeywell firmware versions are in the 2.x range. As a result, in Alarm Monitoring, [Not
Current] appears next to the name of the Honeywell access panel or downstream device.
Serial Number Reporting
Honeywell does not program the serial number into their controllers and downstream devices at production time. Therefore, all Honeywell boards will report a serial number of 1 (visible in Alarm Monitoring).
To allow both Lenel and Honeywell access panels to come online, the following OEM mask must be set in the OnGuard license file: OEM Mask = 62719 (0xF4FF).
Reader Input/Output Mapping Settings in the ACS.ini File
// To enable remapping set ReaderInputOutputMappingMode=1
// Inputs/Outputs for the single reader interface boards and other possible
// Inputs/Outputs for the dual reader interface - reader 1
// Inputs/Outputs for the dual reader interface - reader 2
// Inputs/Outputs for the LNL-2220 reader interface - reader 1
// Inputs/Outputs for the LNL-2220 reader interface - reader 2
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