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Hackspace Access Control/Card Entry Sentry System (HACCESS) is a series of access control nodes spread around the hackspace, used for access to machines that require special training or an induction.
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Hackspace Access Control/Card Entry Sentry System (HACCESS) is a series of access control nodes spread around the hackspace, used for access to machines that require special training or an induction.  And also to turn the coffee pot off.
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[https://github.com/thinkl33t/HACCESS GitHub Link]
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==Usage==
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The plan is to eventually to replace the isolation switches on the benches and the kitchen worktop with HACCESS nodes, so that we can have a HACKSPACE OFF button by the door, and monitor what is on / off from the interweb.  The user will come up to a device they want to use and press the green button.  If the device needs RFID, it will ask for it to be scanned, if not it turns on.  Each press of the green button while authenticated adds 30 minutes to the timer, so you go to the bench, press green twice for an hour.  If its getting close to the end of the timer, the beeper starts beeping, and the user can press it again for another 30 minutes.
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Ideally, the HACCESS nodes would also let us mark people as trained.  So a trainer presses a blue button, scans their RFID, then scan someone elses.  The second user now has access to that machine.
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<parag0n> Ooooh the buzzer could play the countdown tune and flash its screen towards the end of the session.
  
 
==Basic Design==
 
==Basic Design==
* RC522 RFID reader
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[[File:HACCESSv1.png|300px|thumb|right]]
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* FM1701 RFID reader
 
* 5110 LCD Unit
 
* 5110 LCD Unit
* 1 or 2 buttons
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* 3 buttons
* Comms, any of:
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* Buzzer for alerting
** ENC28J60 Ethernet
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* esp8266 WiFi comms
** nRF24L01 Wireless Module
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* 2x Status LEDs
** RS485
 
 
* Output Devices, any of:
 
* Output Devices, any of:
 
** Opto Coupler
 
** Opto Coupler
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* Sized to fit in a regular single pattress, with a laser cut front
 
* Sized to fit in a regular single pattress, with a laser cut front
  
==Parts & Modules Purchased==
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* [http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Free-shipping-rfid-Read-the-card-module-RC522-Uart-serial-port-to-read-and-write-13/1532361838.html RFID Reader]
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* [http://www.aliexpress.com/item/5pcs-lot-1-6-Nokia-Compatible-5110-LCD-Module-w-Blue-Backlit-Blue-Compatible-with-Arduino/1314682063.html Nokia 5110 LCD]
 
* Single and Dual Pattress
 
* [http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ENC28J60-Ethernet-LAN-Network-Module-SPI-Port-For-Arduino-51LPC-AVR-ARM-PIC-/230999180952?pt=UK_Computing_Other_Computing_Networking&hash=item35c89fc698 Ethernet Module (wide)]
 
* [http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mini-ENC28J60-Ethernet-LAN-Network-Module-Schematic-For-Arduino-51-AVR-LPC-STM32-/350970465396?pt=UK_BOI_Electrical_Components_Supplies_ET&hash=item51b7784c74 Ethernet Module (narrow)]
 

Latest revision as of 22:59, 7 September 2015

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Hackspace Access Control/Card Entry Sentry System (HACCESS) is a series of access control nodes spread around the hackspace, used for access to machines that require special training or an induction. And also to turn the coffee pot off.

GitHub Link

Usage

The plan is to eventually to replace the isolation switches on the benches and the kitchen worktop with HACCESS nodes, so that we can have a HACKSPACE OFF button by the door, and monitor what is on / off from the interweb. The user will come up to a device they want to use and press the green button. If the device needs RFID, it will ask for it to be scanned, if not it turns on. Each press of the green button while authenticated adds 30 minutes to the timer, so you go to the bench, press green twice for an hour. If its getting close to the end of the timer, the beeper starts beeping, and the user can press it again for another 30 minutes.

Ideally, the HACCESS nodes would also let us mark people as trained. So a trainer presses a blue button, scans their RFID, then scan someone elses. The second user now has access to that machine.

<parag0n> Ooooh the buzzer could play the countdown tune and flash its screen towards the end of the session.

Basic Design

HACCESSv1.png
  • FM1701 RFID reader
  • 5110 LCD Unit
  • 3 buttons
  • Buzzer for alerting
  • esp8266 WiFi comms
  • 2x Status LEDs
  • Output Devices, any of:
    • Opto Coupler
    • FET
    • Relay
    • SSR
  • Sized to fit in a regular single pattress, with a laser cut front