This release of Brivo OnAir adds new device functionality for doors as well as implementing several performance improvements.
- Brivo OnAir 11.5 introduces Debounce functionality for the ACS-IPDC and ACS5000 panels with firmware 5.0.24 and above. Debounce allows additional time for a door to settle before rearming the door contact. This reduces the likelihood of an erroneous door forced open message during the closing of a door.
- We have also introduced Lock-on-Open functionality for the ACS-IPDC and ACS5000 panels with firmware 5.0.24 and above. Lock-on-Open allows the lock to re-engage after the predetermined time when a door opening event is detected.
- Corrected the language in Brivo OnAir when an Eagle Eye camera recording setting is set to Event. Previously, failed access events (when the camera is on the secured side of the door) would display an “Unable to retrieve clip” message. This has been changed to the more accurate “No clip associated with this event.”
- Fixed an issue that checked all view boxes when an Administrator checked only one edit box on the Group Permissions page.