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Edit an Input

BluSKY URL: https://blusky.blub0x.com/en-US/MercuryInput

Overview

Input are simple electrical circuits that provide information to the access control system. This article provides instruction on how to edit and existing Input in BluSKY.

Edit an Input's Controller

This field is in reference to the top level Controller or Chain the Input is a part of, not the where the physical connection is made. The following field, SIO Board, is where you define the physical connection to a SIO Board or Controller.

  1. Log in and navigate to Inputs. Main Menu-> Setup-> System Setup-> Input
  2. Use the search feature and select the entry you wish to edit from the list.
  3. Click the  icon in the lower left side of the screen.
    • Note: If the edit button is not available ensure that only one entry has been highlighted.
  4. Use the Controller drop down menu to select the correct Controller.
  5. Confirm changes with the saveBtn.png button.

Edit an Input's SIO Board

  1. Log in and navigate to Inputs. Main Menu-> Setup-> System Setup-> Input
  2. Use the search feature and select the entry you wish to edit from the list.
  3. Click the  icon in the lower left side of the screen.
    • Note: If the edit button is not available ensure that only one entry has been highlighted.
  4. Use the SIO Board drop down menu to select the correct SIO Board or Controller.
    • Note: If the correct board or controller is not showing up, double check the correct Controller is selected in the Controller field.
  5. Confirm changes with the saveBtn.png button.

Edit an Input's Name

  1. Log in and navigate to Inputs. Main Menu-> Setup-> System Setup-> Input
  2. Use the search feature and select the entry you wish to edit from the list.
  3. Click the  icon in the lower left side of the screen.
    • Note: If the edit button is not available ensure that only one entry has been highlighted.
  4. Use the Name text field to enter a new name for the Input
  5. Confirm changes with the saveBtn.png button.

Edit an Input's Number

This number should correspond to where the connection is being made to a Controller or SIO Board. 

  1. Log in and navigate to Inputs. Main Menu-> Setup-> System Setup-> Input
  2. Use the search feature and select the entry you wish to edit from the list.
  3. Click the  icon in the lower left side of the screen.
    • Note: If the edit button is not available ensure that only one entry has been highlighted.
  4. With the correct SIO Board or Controller selected use the drop down menu to select the proper Input Number.
  5. Confirm changes with the saveBtn.png button.

Edit an Input's Normal State

  1. Log in and navigate to Inputs. Main Menu-> Setup-> System Setup-> Input
  2. Use the search feature and select the entry you wish to edit from the list.
  3. Click the  icon in the lower left side of the screen.
    • Note: If the edit button is not available ensure that only one entry has been highlighted.
  4. Use the Input Normal State drop down to select the correct Input State
  5. Confirm changes with the saveBtn.png button.

Edit an Input's Debounce Time

  1. Log in and navigate to Inputs. Main Menu-> Setup-> System Setup-> Input
  2. Use the search feature and select the entry you wish to edit from the list.
  3. Click the  icon in the lower left side of the screen.
    • Note: If the edit button is not available ensure that only one entry has been highlighted.
  4. Use the Debounce text field to enter the correct debounce time.
    • Note: Only 0 to 15 is valid.
  5. Confirm changes with the saveBtn.png button.

Edit an Input's Hold Time

  1. Log in and navigate to Inputs. Main Menu-> Setup-> System Setup-> Input
  2. Use the search feature and select the entry you wish to edit from the list.
  3. Click the  icon in the lower left side of the screen.
    • Note: If the edit button is not available ensure that only one entry has been highlighted.
  4. Use the Hold Time field to enter the Hold Time.
    • Note:  2 -15 is recommended.
  5. Confirm changes with the saveBtn.png button.
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