To make installation easier, the Verkada AC41 has four buttons to help test or emulate different events.
Note: The controller needs internet access in order for the test buttons to work.
Pressing the Door button will cycle which door is selected for testing. The selected door will have its corresponding LED turned on. For example, if door 2 is selected, the LED under 2 would be on.
Once a door is selected the 3 LEDs below will indicate the status of the circuit.
When the LED is on it indicates the lock is locked. When the LED is off, the lock is unlocked.
When the door is closed, the LED is on. Indicating that the circuit is complete. If the door is open the circuit is open meaning the LED is off.
When the REX is triggered, the circuit is complete meaning that the LED is on. In the resting state, if no one is detected by the REX, then the LED is off.
When you press and hold the emulate button, the controller will switch the current state of the DPI or REX.
If the DPI LED is on it means the door is closed. If the emulate button is pressed the LED will turn off meaning the door is open.