Device / Run / EnabledProtocols Value

This is a list of all protocols that shall be active on powerup. Depending on the firmware variant there may be more activated protocols than listed here. If 2 protocols use the same physical interface, the latter one is the actual activated one.

The protocols that are actually activated on powerup are not only determined by this configuration value, but also by Device/Run/EnableProtocolOnBAC, which defines the protocol that is enabled when a bus address has been set up via BALTECH AdCard ( Device.Run.BusAdressByBAC ). This protocol overrides all competing protocols in the EnabledProtocols list which are running on the same physical interface.

Properties

Format

Name Type/Size Description
- Array (until end of frame) -
ProtocolId Enumeration (8 bits)

A list of all protocols.

Not all protocols are available on all Firmware variants.
Values:
  • BrpSerial (0x03)
    BRP protocol over UART. This protocol has also to be used if the USB-virtual-comport-emulation is used.
  • BrpRs485 (0x04)
    BRP protocol over RS485 connection. Is used for long distances or when needing multiple devices on a single host.
  • BrpHid (0x05)
    BRP protocol over HID (Human Interface Device) Protocol. This is a standard USB Protocol with drivers for all OSes.
  • BrpTcp (0x86)
    BRP protocol over TCP/IP.
  • DebugInterface (0x09)
    The debug interface may be used to look into the readers internals via a Terminal. Works over UART or virtual-comport-emulation.
  • RawSerial (0x23)
    This is a autoread protocol that sends the ID read by autoread mode without any protocol overhead. Works over UART or virtual-comport-emulation.
  • Wiegand (0x20)
    This is a autoread protocol that sends the ID read by autoread mode via Wiegand protocol.
  • KeyboardEmulation (0x2B)
    USB devices will register as keyboard if this value is active. When the autoread mode detected an ID it will be send by emulating keypresses.
  • LowLevelIoPorts (0x24)

    configures the pins which are usually used by the Wiegand / RawSerial /... protocol as I/O Ports that can be controlled via scripts.

    I/O Port physical pin
    Gpio5 TX of RawSerial protocol
    Gpio6 direction line on RS485 protocols
    Gpio7 RX pin of RawSerial protocol
  • ClkData (0x22)
  • Omron (0x21)
  • Snet (0x10)
  • Bpa9 (0x11)
  • Ccid (0x36)
    Chip Card Interface Device (CCID). USB protocol that allows a smartcard to be connected to a computer via a card reader using a standard USB interface.
  • RawSerial2 (0x37)
    This is a second autoread protocol that sends the ID read by autoread mode without any protocol overhead.
  • Osdp (0x38)
    Open Supervised Standard Protocol. New Protocol Standard used for long distances or when needing multiple devices on a single host.